Raqs, Of Course Runway!

Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak

Raqs Of Course 2019’s Fashion Show with a glamorous and fascinating collection of the hottest and latest trends in Oriental Costumes today!

Featuring some of the highly acclaimed leading international designers in the industry.



Hisham Osman

Hisham Osman is a Native Egyptian Belly dance costumes and Clothing Designer; He is a special stylist for stars of Oriental dancers in Egypt for more than 20 years such as Randa Kamel, Lucy and Fify Abdou. Hisham is one of the most famous belly dance costumes designers in Egypt and around the world, as he been in the business for over 20 years.

Mr, Osman is currently traveling around the world sharing his talent of the latest belly dance costumes designs. Hi is always interested in creating new designs and to show his latest models in his fashion shows at festivals in Egypt and around the world.

He is famous for his interesting, different and unique style and totally comfortable fit.




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Mohamed Kamel

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Mohamed Kamel is a Bellydance costume designer for many years. Based in Cairo Egypt, Mr. Kamel provides Bellydance costumes to dancers around the world, starts from beginner dancers to well known renowned dancers.
Every creation of his is made with heart and quality. Mohamed Kamel cooperates with some of the most famous International Bellydance Festivals in Egypt and around the world. Kamel offers great Fashion Show with his unique designs.

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Eman Zaki


Eman Zaki, Known by her French clients as the Coco Channel of Bellydance, Eman Zaki’s Golden Lotus atelier produces hand crafted, bespoke dance costumes for a truly international clientele.

As a dancer, coming from a family of dancers [her mother and mentor Samira Zad and her sister Hoda] Eman was often forced to make her own costumes while traveling abroad. This lead to friends ordering costumes from her and a decision that would change her life.

From the humble beginnings of a handmade accessory shop [where she made all the stock herself] Eman traveled to Lebanon where she studied tailoring and embroidery.

On her return to Egypt she began by making evening wear and then, by popular demand, opened the Golden Lotus atelier. Having made costumes for such stars of Egyptian dance as Nagwa Fouad, Fifi Abdou, Dina, Randa, and Sorayya dancers worldwide can now wear one of her creations.

Emans unique touch comes from the combination of her intimate knowledge of the dance combined with her tailoring, accessory and embellishment skills.