Stylist Cedric Haddad Shares Thoughts on Cyrine Abdelnour’s Look in Egypt

Christina Jaber


Stylist Cedric Haddad Shares Thoughts on Cyrine Abdelnour’s Look in Egypt

If there’s one Instagram account we tend to scroll through whenever we’re trying to get inspired for an evening look, it’s definitely Cyrine Abdelnour’s.

The Lebanese singer and actress never fails to impress her fans and 11.8 million followers on Instagram with extremely classy, trendy and elegant looks. On Wednesday, while in Egypt, Cyrine posted a picture of her in a fresh and elegant style, in which she attended “Socialista Events”, a fashionable and luxury brunch at Zamalek’s Biota with celebrities among the guests, and few fashion chats and speeches. 

Cyrine Abdelnour attended the event on Wednesday in a white one-shoulder gown with asymmetrical details from Zhivago, a cruelty-free Australian brand that has built a reputation for its signature ready-to-wear and high evening wear. As for her beauty look, we noticed the soft choice of makeup and the classy sharp bob hairstyle.




And to know all the secrets behind her breathtaking look, Special Arabia spoke to the Lebanese celebrity stylist Cedric Haddad, who was behind her glamorous choice. So keep scrolling and discover all his thoughts behind Cyrine’s look. 


Haddad said: “The white color is the trendiest this season, especially with her new hairstyle and her skin color, it all works really perfect. In addition to that, Cyrine loves one-shouldered cuts and loves showing off her perfect body so this dress, which we got from Tutus Kurniati was the one”.




And about the details of the dress, the stylist mentioned that the dress is neither long nor short fitting perfectly for a semi-formal look to suit the event she was attending. 

As for the makeup and accessories, Cedric and Cyrine loved mixing a few trendy colors, like the neon eyeliner for example, neon French nails, and the multi-colored Gianvito Rossi mules along with her Chanel bag. 

The full look was a winner and Cyrine proved, one more time, that she’s a dressing-up queen.