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Hasan Hejazi and Marina and the Diamonds present to you a collaborative project marrying together designer and muse in a editorial fashion shoot by renowned photographer Tim Bret Day and a fashion film by Thomas Knights showcasing 3 bespoke luxury evening dresses.

London based womenswear designer Hasan Hejazi specialises in sexy, playful and glamorous eveningwear. Currently working on his RTW collection for Autumn/Winter 2013 Hasan has already amassed a strong celebrity following dressing the likes of Kylie Minogue, Jourdan Dunn, Jessie J, Cheryl Cole and Marina.

"Marina is always a constant muse for me and her charisma, style, music and great personality is inspiring to my work." -- Hejazi

Marina and the Diamonds has firmly cemented her status as a bona fide pop goddess with her recent uk number 1 album 'Electra Heart.' Marina is also known for her individual sense of style and has been featured on Vogue Online's popular 'Today I'm Wearing' section which featured one of Hejazi's previous designs.

'What attracted me to Hasan's designs originally was his skill for designing luxury dresses that presented the female figure in a strong, structured yet feminine way. He is my best friend of 3 years and we are both so excited to announce this special Project.' Diamandis

To see the full 'WEDDING BELLS' Project SEE LINK BELOW

Copyright © 2012 Hasan Hejazi LTD, All rights reserved.

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