Taleedah Tamer is still but eighteen, but if, on the Paris Couture Fashion Week the show of Antonio Grimaldi open. That makes her the first Saudi model that will ever be on the parade of a coutureshow kicked.
It all seems very fast to go to the Saudi model Taleedah Tamer. A few days before they foot on the Parisian coutureweek and the modedefilé of Antonio Grimaldi on the corridor should attract, adorning the cover of the prestigious lifestylemagazine Harper’s Bazaar Arabia. About her first steps on the coutureweek told Tamer to The New York Times: ‘It feels like a dream.”
Pave the way
Tamer grew up with an Italian mother and a Saudi father and now wants to pave the way for other models from her homeland. Although they are the future of Saudi women positively look, she knows that not everyone is her modeling in her home country encourages.
“I know that there are saudis who don’t agree are that I have a modeling am pursuing’, let them be recorded by The New York Times. “I respect their opinion, but I feel proud that I have the image of a plan of what it today means to be a modern Saudi woman.”
In Saudi Arabia there seem to be more changes afoot. In addition to the law for women to drive a car and to use public events to attend, was in the country for the first time a fashion week organized in april.
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