Above a luxurious dress.. Elisa in an Arab cloak in the Riyadh season (video)

Above a luxurious dress.. Elisa in an Arab cloak in the Riyadh season (video)

The Lebanese star Elissa appeared in an Arabic abaya during the Riyadh season over an elegant dress she chose from the collection of the Lebanese designer Elie Saab.

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She went out to her audience on stage while wearing a fur-lined Arab cloak known as the “Farwa”, the wide robes used by Saudis to weather the cold weather.

Fans of the Lebanese star shared videos from her concert in the Riyadh season, commenting on her clothes and choosing a traditional outfit on the stage, where she presented a group of her new and old songs, which she started with “Hengni Violin and Violin”.

Under the “scalp”, Elissa wore an elegant white dress from the Saab Fall-Winter 2022 collection.

The white dress is embroidered in silver on a completely transparent material, but Elissa wore a lining under it that hides her body, according to a fashion website.Elie SaabThe price of the dress amounts to 13,450 dollars.

In terms of the parties that Elisa presents, she is supposed to give a party today, Friday, January 21, in Egypt, for the Scientific Foundation for Breast Cancer and Women’s Cancer (BGICS), which bears the slogan “Let’s Live” to support cancer patients. She will also give concerts in a hotel in New Cairo, for the benefit of the Foundation. Charity to support patients with breast tumors and women.

She also announced, through her Twitter account, 4 concerts in the United States in February, coinciding with Valentine’s Day celebrations.

It is reported that Elissa released an album in August 2020, after it was postponed several times due to the Corona pandemic, and the album included 18 songs, as well as a famous song by the artist Dalida in French, Mourir sur scène.

As for the activities of the Riyadh Season 2021, under the auspices of the Saudi Entertainment Authority, it extends from November 1, 2021, until April 1, 2022, and includes various artistic events between concerts and theatrical performances.


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