The latest of which is the opening of the El Gouna Festival.. Yasmine Sabry in the yellow dress 3


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Friday 15 October 2021

Written by – Hind Khalifa

Attention is always drawn to the looks of the artist, Yasmine Sabry, during her participation in the sessions of the El Gouna Film Festival, especially as she appears with distinctive and different looks.

It seems that she is a fan of the yellow color, which she appeared in during the opening ceremony of the fifth session of the festival, yesterday, Thursday, as she wore a yellow cut dress with an extension in the same color, and she adopted strong make-up, and wore accessories consisting of a bracelet and a ring, and left her hair hanging on both sides.

This was not the first time that she wore a yellow dress during her participation in the El Gouna Festival, as she also wore a bright yellow dress with straps, a wide neckline and an opening to the leg, in the third session of the festival, and she wore Collet Silver and matching bracelets, maintaining her distinctive style of make-up.

On another occasion, she starred alongside her husband, businessman Ahmed Abu Hashima, during the wedding ceremony of businessman Ali Al-Jamil, in a long yellow beige dress designed by the Lebanese Nicolas Gibran.

The dress was characterized by a drop-down story at the shoulders and a narrow cut characterized by a long side slit. What distinguished her look was her ingenuity in coordinating the yellow look with unusual silver accessories. The shoes were studded with silver, the bag was silver, and Yasmine Sabry was decorated with diamonds and polished steel platinum jewelry.

El Gouna Film Festival lit its fifth birthday candle with an opening ceremony attended by art stars from around the world, and the ceremony witnessed the honoring of the artist Ahmed El Sakka and awarding him the Creative Achievement Award, for his artistic career.

The fifth edition of the festival will continue this year until October 22, with the participation of filmmakers from about 36 countries.

Follow special coverage of the El Gouna Film Festival (Press here)


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