From Cardi B to Zendaya: Lebanese designer Georges Hobeika's best red carpet gowns of 2019
The Lebanese designer has dressed some of the world's biggest stars for the globe's most glamorous events
Chrissy Teigen wears Georges Hobeika for the Baby2Baby launch. Supplied
Catherine Zeta Jones in Georges Hobeika couture for the 2019 Emmy Awards. Supplied
For the screenig of Les Plus Belles Annees, Priyanka Chopra wore a white tulle gown by Georges Hobeika. Supplied
Camila Coelho wears a custom nude embellished dress by Georges Hobeika for the 72nd Cannes Festival. Supplied
Singer Ciara wears Georges Hobeika at the 2019 AMAs. Supplied
Model Sara Sampaio wears a peach ruffled gown by Georges Hobeika for the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival. Supplied
Zendaya attends the launch of the Lancôme Idôle fragrance in Georges Hobeika. Supplied
Anitta wears a Georges Hobeika two piece for the 20th Annual Latin Grammy Awards. Supplied
Cardi B arrives for the fifth Annual Clara Lionel Foundation Diamond Ball in custom Georges Hobeika. Supplied
Actress Lily Collins attends as Harper's Bazaar Icons event in Georges Hobeika. Supplied
Actress Constance Wu arrives for the premiere of 'Hustlers' during the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival in a fuschia embellished mini dress by Georges Hobeika. Supplied
Hikari Mori attends the amfAR Gala Milano 2019 at Palazzo Mezzanotte in Georges Hobeika. Supplied
Chloe Bennet attends the 'Abominable' premiere during the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival in Georges Hobeika. Supplied
Andrea Riseborough walks the red carpet ahead of the 'ZeroZeroZero' screening during the 76th Venice Film Festival in a cut out teal Georges Hobeika. Supplied
It's been a big year for Arab designers on the world's red carpets, and no one more so than 57-year-old Lebanese designer Georges Hobeika.
The designer has dressed some of the world's biggest stars for the globe's most glamorous events, from
Cardi B for the Diamond Ball to Catherine Zeta Jones for the Emmys.
Georges Hobeika opened his first atelier in Lebanon in 1995, and has been showing at Paris Couture Week since 2001. He is one of a coterie of Lebanese designers to make the biannual trip to the French fashion capital, alongside Elie Saab, Zuhair Murad and Georges Chakra.
Over the years, his creations have been worn by the likes of Kim Kardashian and Dakota Fanning, while he famously created the dress Olivia Culpo wore when she took the title of
Miss Universe back in 2012.
It's been a good year for him in terms of celebrity endorsements: scroll through our gallery above to see some of his most memorable red carpet looks from 2019.
Updated: December 16, 2019 03:50 PM