Dubai’s continuing rise as a global fashion hub has provided just the inspirational spark for local designers to flourish. One promising example is Madiyah Al Sharqi, daughter of the ruler of Fujairah, HH Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi.
She seemed born to live and thrive
From Tokyo to Mexico and New York, meet the man who helps women all over the world achieve natural radiance. Clarins’ International Artistic and Training Director, Eric Antoniotti, shares what he thinks is beautiful and what makes Arab women uniquely gorgeous.
What is your definition of
Azza Fahmy has gained global aim for her exquisite jewellery creations. Adored by many, and worn even by popular personalities, Fahmy’s jewellery collections dazzle for their distinctive appeal – a mesmerising mix of traditional and contemporary designs, infused with elements from Egypt’s history and culture.
Want to know more about bridal couture queen Monique Lhuillier? Here's a snippet of an interview where she shares a bit about her beginnings as a designer, her thoughts on Arab women, and where she intends to take her label next into the future.
Jelena Jakovljevic Bin Drai reveals what’s inside her precious, little vanity bag…
The designer behind Duchess by Jelena and the former Miss Yugoslavia shows us what’s insider her beauty bag.
Art Déco powder, Tom Ford unisex perfume, Beautiful eyebrow shaper, Estée Lauder eye shadow and Yves
Young and stylish, that’s what Sara Kirat, 19, is blogging at www.saraindubai.com
Favourite places to shop in Dubai… Zara - affordable yet classy.
My fashion advice is… Be comfortable in what you wear as your mood reflects it.
My wardrobe staples are… A little black dress, black pencil
Daughter of a baroness and a banker who almost starved during the Second World War, Audrey Hepburn brought her education, upbringing, class and heart to the Golden Age of Hollywood.
She lived a privileged life, but her heart was blinded neither by limelight nor fame. She
Charmed by the vision of her mother designing clothes just by herself Hessa Al Obaidli grew up with a great desire for fashion, which she barely understood then. At such a young age, she had already done sketching and stitching clothes for her dolls. As