“Fashionistas” premieres in UAE for first time

  • July 29, 2021

A brand new season of Dubai’s luxury magazine Dubai’s “Fashions” has been unveiled on Wednesday with an all-star cast.

The season begins on October 31st, with the premiere airing in the UAE.

The first two episodes will be shown in the United Arab Emirates, with a total of 15 episodes.

“Dubai is a city where fashion is celebrated,” the show’s director, Dr. Mohd Al Khedery, said in a statement.

“Our aim is to bring together some of the most inspiring women from across the city.”

The show has attracted criticism for its depictions of women who are considered “fashionistas,” a term that covers many facets of fashion including hairstyles, fashion, clothes, shoes, and accessories.

In the first season, the title was “Hair, Clothing, &c.”

Dr. Khedey said that in the upcoming season, women will be represented more prominently.

“The new season will show more women and more diverse models, and will be a show for the whole family,” he added.

“We will continue to highlight the diversity of our city, so that everyone feels comfortable in and out of the city, regardless of their background.”

Dubai’s premier fashion magazine, “FASHIONS,” has been the subject of controversy in the past, with accusations of being “sexist” and “sex-positive.”

In 2016, the publication was accused of having “sex” in its articles, in a series of posts about how it would be appropriate to wear a bathing suit to the beach.

In 2017, the magazine was banned from its website after it published a video of a man masturbating in a bathtub.

In 2018, the show was banned for being a “bias against Islam.”

In 2017, “The Hollywood Reporter” called the show “offensive, sexist, and misogynistic,” saying that “it often features women wearing revealing swimsuits in their photos and shows scantily-clad models in their bathing suits.

In one photo, a model is shown in a bikini while another shows a model with her feet on the ground.”

In the past decade, the city’s luxury magazines have received criticism for their depictions of female beauty, with “Bars” and other publications recently censoring images of female models.

Dubai has a growing reputation for fashion and glamour, which is reflected in the show.

In 2014, the luxury magazine Glamour said that the magazine is “the best place to explore the beautiful world of fashion and beauty,” adding that “Dubai can inspire women and men alike.”

Dubya has also been hit by the Arab Spring, which has seen protests against political instability and corruption, as well as economic hardship.

Many residents in the country are seeking to escape poverty and the consequences of the unrest, with many resorting to online shopping and travel to avoid the restrictions.