Symphony and exclusively present Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s most recent fashion venture No.21

Symphony and exclusively present Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s most recent fashion venture No.21 launched in 2010, after leaving the creative direction of the eponymous line Alessandro Dell’Acqua. Fusing borrowed-from-the-boys tailoring with a feminine sensibility that is derived from the designer’s Italian roots, the No.21 fashion collection, was named interestingly enough after the designer’s favourite number and birthday.

The No.21 clothing label boasts exquisite lace detailing, saturated shades and easy to wear silhouettes make for a well-rounded collection season and season again. Dell’Acqua’s No.21 fashion collections are renowned for being refined but full of unexpected details such as intricate embellishment or cool prints, offering a modern wardrobe, unique with a keen eye for the trends of the moment. 

About Symphony:

The Symphony store is located in The Dubai Mall, situated on the mall’s prestigious Fashion Avenue. Curated by Emirati entrepreneur, Salama Alabbar, the Symphony boutique began as a vision to meet the needs of women much like herself, who love fashion and enjoy shopping renowned designer brands from the world over, alongside new and exciting rising stars.

Soon thereafter, the concept of Symphony was born in 2010; The Dubai Mall’s first and only luxury concept multi- brand boutique. The Symphony brand has situated itself as a home for local talent to blossom as well as a platform for international designers to showcase their luxurious designs in a setting that is unique and harmonious.

In 2013, Symphony launched translating its in-store shopping experience to an online luxury fashion store that retains the essence of the Symphony boutique. Reflecting the pioneering spirit that Symphony has come to be known for, is the first site of its kind in the Middle East. Welcoming super brands Gucci, Emporio Armani, Alexander McQueen, Bottega Veneta and Balenciaga on board for the first time in the Fall of 2014, cements itself as the place to shop for luxury fashion online in the Middle East. 

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