Recently launched, The Modist has proven to be the destination for modest luxury dressers worldwide. With local names such as Madiya Al Sharqi, Sandra Mansour, and Nathalie Trad, plus international brands such as 3.1 Phillip Lim, it is no surprise that The Modist is a success.
A Lebanese jewelry designer, Donna Hourani has seen success on the global level. Her designs feature a beautiful frailty and subtlety. For this Eid, her collection carried by The Modist is as simple as it is luxurious. Her spiral-like designs and thin lines offer the perfect finishing touch to any holiday outfit.
Launched in 2014 by Lilian Afshar, the Dubai-based brand has made ripples in the accessory world. The concept of the collection bases itself on simple and sophisticated box clutches. Now stocked across the world, this luxury accessory is a must-carry this Eid.
Between Paris and Dubai, Lama Jouni has certainly left her mark. Her collection for Eid features both clean cut and flowy lines to create the perfect combination, and her slightly androgynous, sleek designs will speak to any edgy woman. Be on-trend this season with her impeccable creations.
Zayan the Label
Carried by Dubai’s favorite store, Sauce, Zayan the Label never fails to deliver the most beautiful designs. Mainly kaftans and dresses, the brand provides elegant solutions for the person seeking an Arabic motif. This Eid, the vintage almost avant-garde patterns are sure to leave a lasting impact on anyone.
Entrepreneur and fashion designer Sabah Jamal (a.k.a. The Veiled One) is no doubt leaving her mark on Tripoli, Lebanon. She combines the messy and the clean in her designs, which are reminiscent of Jeremy Scott’s creations for Moschino and are certainly daring. This Eid, she sees bold color and statement pieces as the trend. Certainly, this innovator is giving every customer a bit of her confidence.
Another Tripoli-based designer, Kinda Hamoui derives her inspiration from Ghana, Africa. She insists on reflecting both her Lebanese and African backgrounds by combining modern designs and her signature touch: symbolic fabric. Kinda uses African Wax Prints, which all have meaning and history, so this Eid, add a little touch of uniqueness to your outfit with her designs.
Founded in 2009 in Malaysia, Ainee Suhaidi is a brand that fuses modernity with history. The designs feature traditional Malaysian textiles, manipulated to be sleek and undoubtedly contemporary. Use this Eid to experiment with Suhaidi’s unique and crisp designs.
An Indonesian brand, Zaha is one of the best sources for modest androgynous clothing. This brand’s aesthetic combines the clean and simplistic lines of today’s trends with a touch of modesty. Indulge in black-and-white ensembles from Zaha this Eid; the subtle nuances and touches of traditional Indonesian clothing will have you standing out from the crowd despite the understated colors.
Delight in color this Eid with Ansab Jahangir’s unique designs. Her Pakistani heritage and global twist make her styles stand out from the rest; for example, she combines the old world with the new in her pastel ensembles. The often two-piece designs will have you turning heads everywhere.