Egyptian fashion drew inspiration from places as far away as China and Japan, and in turn, influenced everyone from European royalty and nobility to Polish tailors and Venetian glassmakers.
Mohamed Abdel Salam is deputy director of the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo, where he is responsible for collection management. He completed his MA on Indian Mughal carpets and his PhD in Islamic Chinese art and Chinese influences in Japanese and Korean art. He trained in museology at the British Museum in London and the Louvre in Paris and teaches Islamic art and museology in Arabic, English, and Persian.
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