Every now and then you find a designer whose method of defining fashion and creating a trend is different from the regular flow of other fashion designers.
Mesotherapy is increasingly becoming popular among Saudi women as a safe method to obtain freshness and beauty. It does not require scalpel surgery.
Sara Al-Abdul Razaq, Rasha Al-Aseeri and Nouf Al-Shammas are Kuwaiti/Saudi designers who are brains behind the Rashno boutique.
It was curtains for the famous Ramadan festival Bizat Al-Reeh or the ‘Magic Carpet’ festival held in Jeddah every holy month.
Saudi fashion designers Yasmin Mosli and Ranim Ramadani like to refer to themselves as the Rycaps family because to them their brand feels like home.
Fashion designer Homa Qamar is not just a designer, she is an artist, a dreamer and an achiever.
Saudi fashion designer Hana Samman was inspired by the rich Moroccan culture when she designed her latest Ramadan and Eid collection.
Saudi designer Azhar Moustafa Balool was born and raised in Madinah until she got married and moved to Jeddah.
Min Huna is Arabic for ‘from here’ and it is also a Saudi-based project that was created to design and manufacture a collection of bags every year for a different charity of the founders’ choice.
Amal Al-Goblan’s trendy collection has hit the Saudi fashion scene by storm, bringing back casual chic in a way only Amal’s line, Dolls n Skulls, can do.
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