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The top 10 incredible homegrown brands in Dubai to support

The top 10 incredible homegrown brands in Dubai to support

The UAE has developed into a hub of avant-garde fashion design over time and with the relentless labour of creatives, businesspeople, and the business sector. The sparkling Emirate is essentially a new fashion hub. The breadth of what our nation is capable of should make us proud, from streetwear to couture. Since Savoir Flair has consistently remained, the top ten companies on our list have had our support from the beginning and will continue to do so in the future. If you'd like to visit the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, go into contact with one of best travel and tour agencies there.

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1. Madiyah Al Sharqi's

The Fujairah-based, self-titled brand of Madiyah Al Sharqi was introduced in 2012. She is renowned for her extravagant designs and uber-feminine taste, which are typically represented by a colour scheme of dreamy pastels and pricey fabrics. Her creations gained popularity both locally and globally very rapidly and are currently carried by stores like Bloomingdale's and Ounass. Al Sharqi experimented with a more earthy palette in 2016 and broadened her concept to include a smart, gorgeous collection of daywear in addition to delectable eveningwear. Along with that, she introduced two joint collections with Karen Wazen.


Bambah is a boutique company that was founded by Maha Abdul Rasheed ten years ago. The self-described vintage enthusiast designer, who works out of a villa on Dubai's Jumeirah Beach, imports fabrics and materials from all around the world to create unique, flirtatious pieces. Maha's fashion sense is the ideal fusion of extravagance, fashion, and beauty. frequently wear off-the-shoulder lace gowns, statement bows, polka dots, and mid-length organza skirts with vintage inspiration.


The design philosophy for Mochi by Ayah Tabari may be summed up in three words: flirty, young, and seasonless. A mochi may be easily identified from a great distance. Her multicoloured designs, airy fabrics, and incredibly feminine cuts really helped the Mochi brand develop its own personality. The passionate designer and traveller sources materials from all over the world, drawing inspiration from the places she has been and using her trips as a springboard for her ideas as well as a way to connect with artisans who can help make her clothes.

4. Dulce by Safieya

Safiya Abdallah, a former US-based influencer, is not only creating waves in Dubai but all around the world with her creations. She is a partner and designer for Lindsay Lohan's modest clothing line, Lohan by Lindsay Lohan.

5. Bouguessa

This art-inspired label was started by French-born designer Faiza Bouguessa and has only been available on the market for five years, but it has already experienced tremendous success. Beyonce, Priyanka Chopra, and most recently Bollywood star Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, who appeared in a Bouguessa on the Cannes red carpet, are fans of the company.

6. Buka

Buka is coming to shake things up by offering an Emirati streetwear brand, which is not something you see very often. The brand's idea, which is the brainchild of business partners, targets both male and female urban youth with clothes that put a cool spin on the classics.

7. Rami Al Ali

The Syrian-born designer Rami Al Ali founded his eponymous couture label in Dubai in 2001, making him one of the most well-known figures to emerge from the United Arab Emirates. Al Ali's big break came in 2009, when he was invited to join Alta Moda Alta Roma as a guest member to show off his spring/summer couture collection on the official couture week calendar. He made his catwalk debut in Paris in January 2012 during Couture Fashion Week. Al Ali is now associated with excellent creativity and contemporary beauty because of his amazing designs covered in exquisite embroidery.

8. Nafsika Skourti

Nafsika Skourti originally caught our attention at Fashion Forward years ago, where her vibrant and young collection reaffirmed the notion that streetwear has a significant voice in the UAE. Respected fashion magazines all over the world have written about the designer's beautiful, ultra-glamorous clothes that are made with skill.

9. Reemami

One of our favourites is Reemami, the company Reema Al Banna founded in 2009 and which has a strong feminist position. Although Reemami is well known for its eccentric, whimsical prints, each creative scenario conceals a message about the power of women and the designer's own active lifestyle. As the young designer broadens her creative reach, we are more than eager to watch her brand develop and connect with new customers.

10. Taller Marmo

Riccardo Audisio and Yago Goicoechea, the designers of Taller Marmo, started the brand in 2013, but results came quickly for the new company with its headquarters in Dubai. Their work was honoured by the International Woolmark Prize in just two years after they won the regional round of the competition and travelled to New York to represent the UAE with a stunning six-piece capsule collection. Modernity is the driving force behind their approach, inspiring them to update traditional suiting with festive designs or tufts of feathers, thereby providing a distinctive and opulent wardrobe for the professional lady of today.




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