With annual earnings of almost £1 trillion, fashion plays a significant role in the global economy. Inherently making the fashion industry one of the most polluting in the world. As such, high fashion is determined to reduce its carbon footprint
Nestled along the meandering narrow streets of a noisy city stands a low-profile villa. It’s simple architectural lines, austerity and unimposing presence make it easy to sidestep as you drive or walk by. Its unassuming exterior is misleading because its
Fashion designer Reema Dahbour has found her success in the most unlikely of places, the Palestinian cross-stitch. The embroidery of the Palestinian people is particularly heavy in history and memories of their homeland. Reema Dahbour has taken this stitch and
It took Ayse Arel Kulahcioglu more than 14 years in the field of international fashion before deciding to swallow the proverbial red pill, leaving the corporate world behind and embarking on her passion project, Maison Orient. A fashion and lifestyle
22 year old design student Ayham Musleh has only ever been to the beach once. The seaside town of Haifa is a mere 45 minutes from Ayham’s Ramallah home. Finally in 2019, with all the necessary paperwork in hand, Ayham and
Nour Hammour doesn't talk much.. As fashion brands the world over attempt to raise their voices over all the noise created by the media, the Nour Hammour label much prefers to leave the talking to their striking and well-designed leather jackets.
Maybe she's born with it, maybe it's Maybelline.. Well Mimi Shakhashir, founder and creative force behind Kaleidoscope by Mimi is certainly born with it; that glow from within that doesn't stop at her pretty face, but takes us on a personal journey
People often ask me what makes my heart beat a little faster in fashion design, and the answer is courage. The courage to hold true to your design process without being affected by current trends. Maha Al Khamees of Meem Zone caught