London Fashion Week has drawn to a close, however, it wasn't just homegrown labels that took to the catwalk during the sartorial spectacle.
Among the global designers presenting their autumn / winter collections in the British capital was Atelier Zuhra, the womenswear label founded by Oman's Mousa Al Awfi. The label, which is based in Dubai, showcased an after-dark line-up of glimmering gowns and shimmering separates in the last slot of Saturday's schedule.
The collection was inspired by precious gems, Atelier Zuhra revealed on its social media pages, with designs referencing the "distinctive structure and colours" of stones. Ruby red strapless gowns were finished with a smattering of sequins resembling brilliant facets, while sculpted emerald gowns had an architectural feel.
Froths of feathers and tulle and sleek crepe were present throughout, with the silhouettes theatrically voluminous and yet romantically fluid.
Scroll through the gallery above to see more from Atelier Zuhra's autumn / winter 2019 collection.