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Egypt's TV anchor and actress Nardine Farag attracts attention of fashion professionals

Nardine Farag's fiercely elegant looks have been the perfect canvas for Lebanese stylist Cedric Haddad

Reham El-Adawi , Wednesday 2 May 2018
Nardine Farag
Nardine Farag (Photo: courtesy of MAD Solution company)
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Since the beginning of the live shows marking the new season of The Voice, and within a few weeks, TV anchor and actress Nardine Farag has become the talk of the town.

With her fiercely elegant looks, Farag was able to grab the attention of fashion lovers and professionals alike through three different looks created by Lebanese stylist Cedric Haddad.

She began to bring attention to her style since the airing of The Voice Kids at the end of last year. Then, in the recorded episodes of The Voice, to the three live shows that witnessed the birth of Farag as a fashion star.

In the first episode of the live show of The Voice, she was dressed in a sleek silver dress designed by Lebanese designer Rani Zakhem, jewellery by designer Sylvie Saliba, a hairstyle by Fadia El-Mendelek, and simple glowy make-up look by Maya Yammine. The entire look was put together by stylist Cedric Haddad.

Farag's latest look, in the third episode of the show, had a classic style, with a shiny black strapless evening dress designed by Hamada Al-Fahim, a wavy hairstyle by Fadia El-Mendelek and Joe Srour, which was paired with a diamond necklace by Sylvie Saliba, and glowy make-up by Maya Yammine.

She has always had a passion for fashion, giving special attention to her daily outfits on Instagram.

Nardine Farag
Nardine Farag at The Voice Kids (Photo: courtesy of MAD Solution company)

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