Aram Kabbani, Saudi stylist, image consultant

Aram Kabbani
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Updated 12 January 2020

Aram Kabbani, Saudi stylist, image consultant

  • Kabbani travels around the Middle East to fashion schools as a guest lecturer, participating in panels for fashion talks and debates

Aram Kabbani is one of the first and most popular stylists to come out of Saudi Arabia. She is an image consultant for different brands and retail outlets in the region, and an established fashion consultant for some of the Middle East’s most prestigious families.
Kabbani received her bachelor’s degree in graphic design from Dar Al-Hekma University in 2008.
She began her career as a stylist and fashion editor after graduation while taking courses and workshops in London that mainly focused on styling, as well as taking a course on fashion accessory design led by a member of Lady Gaga’s team.
She is the designer and founder of Culture Couture, a digital influencer, and an event organizer for famous international brands.
The stylist has dominated the local fashion scene for years, styling Ameera Al-Taweel, Muna Abu Sulayman and Ahmed Helmy who won a best-dressed celebrity award in 2017 dressed by Kabbani.
Kabbani travels around the Middle East to fashion schools as a guest lecturer, participating in panels for fashion talks and debates.
She is involved with local and international fashion exhibitions and her latest project, with Vogue Arabia, involves styling the cover of the magazine and working with top makeup artists and brands.


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‘Absolutely silly’: Saudi FM refutes Amazon’s Bezos phone hacking claims

DUBAI: The Saudi Arabian embassy in the USA has denied claims the Kingdom was behind the hacking of Amazon.com founder, Jeff Bezos’ phone, describing the accusation as “absurd.”

And speaking at Davos the Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud said: “The idea that the Crown Prince would hack Jeff Bezos’ phone is absolutely silly.”

Bezo’s phone was hacked after receiving a WhatsApp message sent from the personal account of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Describing the claims as “absurd” the tweet also called for an investigation into the claims “so that we can have all the facts out.”