A seasoned veteran of runway shows, Rami Kashou has shown his devotion and passion for ground-breaking feminine design, and as a result has become one of the most coveted runway shows to attend during fashion week, attracting celebrities such as Jessica Alba, Christina Aguilera, and Amy Smart. He was honored with the GenArt Alumni sponsorship to showcase his collection in the tents of Bryant Park in addition to his numerous seasons at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week at Smashbox Studios in Los Angeles.
Known for his dramatic red carpet gowns, Rami has draped the silhouettes of celebrities and trendsetters such as Penelope Cruz, Dita Von Teese, Heidi Klum, Jennifer Lopez, Fergie, Erykah Badu, Ashlee Simpson, Becki Newton, Paris Hilton, and Lindsay Lohan to name a few. His designs have graced the pages of the New York Times Magazine, Vogue, Women's Wear Daily, Interview, Elle, In Style, and Flaunt amongst many others.
Rami Kashou has been recognized in the U.S. and abroad as an innovative designer. His designs can be found around the world from Europe to Asia, and have sold in stores such as Harrod's in London and Big Drop in New York. In 2005, Kashou was commissioned to create the costumes for America's Next Top Model national ad campaign. Rami has also been honored by a variety of prominent institutions such as the Make a Wish Foundation, the LA Fashion Awards, Seeds of Peace, and the Los Angeles City Council.
Rami's television appearances include Live with Regis and Kelly, the Tyra Banks Show, Behind the Velvet Ropes on the Style Network, HSN, E! News, Fashion Team on the TV Guide Channel, Movie and a Makeover, and Wealth TV. Most notably, Kashou was a finalist on Bravo's Project Runway, showing yet another stunning collection at Bryant Park during Fashion Week.
Known for his signature draping, Rami seeks to bring out the goddess in every woman with elegance, femininity and style. Starting with his mother, women have always served as his muse. "I wake up every day to celebrate women," says Kashou.
Most recently he designed the costumes for the play "The Lotus Eaters," at the Helios Dance Theatre in Los Angeles. Visit his site.