What We Are Buying Today: Mishkat

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Updated 30 May 2020

What We Are Buying Today: Mishkat

  • The brand offers four themed apparel collections, along with scarves, which are the perfect choice for hijabi ladies

Mishkat is a Saudi fashion brand concept that champions modesty and self respect. It offers modern, creative designs that are locally inspired and give off a vibe of elegance mixed with simplicity and trendiness.
The brand was launched in 2017 by Shababuna, a Saudi company founded and led by Lama Al-Ghalib. It offers a range of comfortable and stylish clothing, including oriental babouche slippers in a variety of designs and cuts. These include two collections of “mommy and me” slippers, which allow little girls to wear the same slipper designs as their mothers. Handmade from jacquard or vegan leather, the slippers have a comfortable insole and are suitable for wearing inside and outside the home.
The brand offers four themed apparel collections, along with scarves, which are the perfect choice for hijabi ladies. The glitter collection is comfortable and suitable for traveling, while the bohemian collection is inspired by the sea. A third range is inspired by the Arabic kufi font, with handwritten designs created by Saudi calligrapher and artist Shaker Kashgari. The fourth offers a selection of items that can be styled for everyday use. The most frequently used materials are cotton and linen.
The brand’s products are available from its main shop at Ana Gheir Mall, or visit www.hnak.com to buy online. For more information, check out @Mishkatofficial on Instagram.

 


Saudi Arabia records 54 coronavirus deaths, 3,383 new cases

Updated 02 July 2020

Saudi Arabia records 54 coronavirus deaths, 3,383 new cases

  • 4,909 cases have recovered from the COVID-19

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia reported 54 new coronavirus related deaths on Thursday and registered 3,383 new cases.

The Kingdom’s health ministry said that 4,909 people had recovered from the COVID-19 bringing the total number of recovery cases since the pandemic started to 137,669.

The capital Riyadh registered the highest number of cases with 397, followed by Al-Hafouf with 277, and then Makkah with 271.

A health ministry spokesman said that each area has its own health protocols and the public must adhere to these requirements.

Mohammed Al-Abd Al-Ali added that if individuals had to attend gatherings, whether for business or personal reasons, they must follow preventive measures at all times.