After this tragedy that hit Lebanon, the damage rate was very large and incalculable, especially with regard to the headquarters and internationally renowned high-end fashion houses of Elie Saab and Zuhair Murad.
Maison Rabih Kayrouz has also published stories about Beirut's main interior with glass and parts of the structure spread around the destroyed space.
Fine jewelry firm Ralph Al-Masry informed that his new boutique, located on Weygand Street, downtown Beirut, had been destroyed, although no one was injured. Weygand Street is lined with luxury boutiques like Rolex, Panerai and Pomellato. The building that houses the PR offices of Mariana Wehbe is located, as is the shop where makeup artist Hala Ajam belongs. Much of the capital was affected by the explosion, as traces were seen kilometers away from the port. This explosion is a severe blow to a
country that is currently suffering from the worst economic crisis in its modern history.
Modern Arabesque sympathizes with Elie Saab, Zuhair Murad and all the Lebanese designers and business owners who have suffered huge losses as a result of this terrible explosion, which destroyed, in a flash, what they established for many years, and we extend our deepest condolences to all the families of the martyrs and the urgent safety of the wounded.