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“I’ve always been interested in architecture,” says Mizrahi.
“Clean lines, simple shapes, and curves, those [motifs] repeat throughout my designs.” Interested in fashion since he was a child growing up in Beirut, he shopped after-hours with his father, cataloging each detail of the city’s luxury stores.
“I knew that I loved dressing up, but I didn’t know then that I wanted to be a designer.”That revelation would come later.Right before Paris Fashion Week started, Eli Mizrahi faced an important decision: whether to introduce his womenswear brand Mônot to the world via a blowout show, or a simple presentation.For the jet-setting creative consultant-turned-designer, neither option seemed quite right.“I started voicing my opinion, maybe a bit too much, but they liked what they heard.”Mizrahi’s directness carries over into his work.