/BMW-inspired fashion outfit – WTF?!

BMW-inspired fashion outfit – WTF?!

futuristic bmw outfit at BMW inspired fashion outfit   WTF?!

What you see here is a futuristic BMW-inspired outfit designed by Mona Al Mansouri, a fashion designer from UAE and it was presented in the BMW-sponsored Mystique Fashion Show in Sharjah,UAE. And you have no idea how hard I’m trying not to laugh! What the hell is this?! Look at that thing on her head with BMW badge! =)) Dear Mona, I’m sorry sweetheart, but your inspirations are pathetic!! You have ruined BMW!

source: CAR middle east

This outlandish outfit, inspired by BMW, was designed by Mona Al Mansouri. It was presented as part of the Mystique Fashion Show presented by Sharjah Higher Colleges of Technology and AGMC the importer for BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce in Dubai and the Northern Emirates.

The event was attended by Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher Bint Mohammed Al Qassimi, Chairperson of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs and Wife of the Ruler of Sharjah and Supreme Council Member His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qassimi.

Part of a ‘Proudly Emirati‘ campaign, the idea is to promote local fashion designers. Abayas, evening dresses and wedding gowns were on display at the all-women show – yep no men allowed!

‘We were delighted to be able to support such a unique and successful event,’ said Natalija Norikova, Marketing Manager of AGMC. ‘There are some very talented women in the UAE who have the imagination and talent to produce designs that can rival anything being produced abroad, while honoring the cultural values of the United Arab Emirates.’

AGMC also flew in female BMW designer Martina Starke, Head of BMW Individual Design, from Munich, Germany to give the students a presentation on car design.

‘Martina was very excited to have been invited and talk to these students about her experience in automotive design, an area of design that is not very familiar to girls in the UAE,’ said Norikova.

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