- Lebanese designers
- fashion design
CeeCode saw the fashion light right when Cynthia Pennikian's creative curiosity finished roaming almost every red carpet and fashion magazine, in her one desire path towards a trendsetting state of the art handbag revolution. Year after year, these little hand dreams conquered the region as the must-have style companion of every distinguished woman. Intimate, touching, daring, enticing, raw and chic might be some of the terms to summarize sleepless nights of exquisite design and prodigious talent.
After studying advertising and marketing at Notre Dame University, Cynthia Pennikian headed to Esmod to take courses in fashion design. Since 2011, she owns the brand CeeCode. After studying advertising and marketing at Notre Dame University, the young woman headed to Esmod to take courses in fashion design. Since 2011, she owns the brand CeeCode. CeePlate is a line of colorful bags reproducing car license plates, customizable on demand, while PlateCode starts from the same idea with facilities for carrying with a wrist strap and a shoulder strap. In another style, CeeMoon is a collection of round bags with funky decorations, CeeFill combines elegance with humor with a discreet bow tie and BlushCode allows you to carry your makeup assortment in style, among many other product lines, ranging from practicality to glamour. For her products, she prefers to use calf leather, patent leather, crocodile skin and python. Cynthia Pennikian is currently working with retailers in Paris, London, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Oman, but is thinking of venturing into the Lebanese market once her brand is well established, and will launch her new website for Christmas. For now, his main concern is to "create new luxury lines with a very high quality leather".