So much to wear, so little time.
With Iftar and Suhoor invites piling up, it’s time to refresh your style for the Holy Month.
Whatever the event, your wardrobe has to keep up with an inevitably busy social schedule and we are on hand to help you feel and look your best with our edit of designer and high street Ramadan collections.
The trouble you might face is trying to fit all this fabulousness into one month.
The Modist delivers a stylish edit from leading designers, all on one platform. Expect online exclusives from the likes of Roksanda, Ingie Paris, F.R.S. For Restless Sleepers, Bouguessa, Dima Ayad, Bambah and their very own demure label Layeur.
Make an impression
Striking a balance between tradition and glamour, Sandro’s Middle East exclusive collection for Ramadan features scarf prints and pastel hues.
Scandi brand Ganni launched an exclusive collection on matchesfashion.com and although its not officially a Ramadan line, the astrological print seems like a fitting motif for this time of year.
Your own design
Ever wanted to be a bag designer? Bespoke Italian handbag label Alberto Sartori allows you to create you very own luxurious masterpiece from an array of colours and finishes. Sounds like a unique way to mark the Holy Month.
For a contemporary approach that feels timeless and elegant, look no further than Brunello Cucinelli. The SS19 line was not strictly designed for Ramadan, but modest way of dressing is always appropriate, plus the collection incorporates plenty of light organzas and weightless Japonette silks making it ideal for the heat.
For every occasion
For the first time, Ted Baker has created a range that’s entirely exclusively to the Middle East – including UAE and KSA. The seven-piece collection consists of elegant evening gowns, adorned with opulent embellishment and the prints of the season, all of which have been inspired by hand-picked flowers, and unique ‘70s patterns.
Shine bright like a diamond
YNM has collaborated with Tiffany & Co on a Ramadan collection inspired by six historical Empresses and Queens. Designer Yasmin Al Mulla used Japanese silk and Spanish Crepes, and through embroidery work she mimics Tiffany’s sophisticated tiaras and diamonds, including Tiffany’s striking 18k flamed diamond earrings.
Red carpet glamour
A number of celebrities favour Oscar de la Renta during the events season and what can be more celebratory than Ramadan? Dress your best in one of the brand signature Kaftans.
Regional fashion label Haa Designs teams up with fashion blogger Ascia for the second time to create a brand new limited-edition collection, exclusively available on Middle Eastern e-commerce site Thouqi.com.
Into the wild
Inspired by trees in a forest designer of SH Studios, Suhaila Al Shaali, introduces prints for the first time in wood texture patterns. Blurring the lines between daywear and functional eveningwear, the collection blends statement tailoring with polished minimalism.
Banish those ‘I don’t know what to wear’ days with Mytheresa.com edit for Ramadan which is packed with over 200 luxury designer brands. Choose from Stella McCartney’s shimmering dress to Valentino’s feather-trimmed sandals and Gucci’s crystal-embellished shell-shaped clutch.
Small but mighty
Desigual launched a mini capsule of four dresses for Ramadan. The edit might be small, but it packs a punch with colour and prints. Our eye is on the relaxed silhouette the white dress with a bright floral motif.
Style for good
Ramadan is the time of giving and to celebrate that Jimmy Choo has created a limited edition capsule collection of five exclusive accessories. Through a partnership with UNICEF, the luxury brand will donate a percentage of each sale in order to aid their mission of protecting the most vulnerable children around the world.
For your eyes only
Bvlgari introduces its Ramadan accessories collection featuring the iconic Serpenti heads exclusively for the Middle East. Our top pick? The burgundy shoulder bag with gold zip stitching.
A soft touch
There’s beauty in subtlety in Mye can be your new go-to for comfort and style. Perfect for wearing the following day after a busy night of Suhoor events.
Expect bold bright colour from one of Saudi Arabia’s leading modest wear labels Leem. We are particularly taken with the mother and daughter matching outfits which you can shop in Mercato Mall, Jumeirah and Mirdif City Centre,
River Island’s collection is inspired by the luxurious glamour of a safari adventure. The 35 key styles include chic full-length dresses and jumpsuits that feature floaty silhouettes and embellishment.
Shatha Essa worked with a palette of tropical colours as well as feminine chiffon and silks to design a collection that takes a cue from the beautiful botanical plants found at The Palm House in Kew Gardens.
Making it easy
Why fuss when you can get your entire Ramadan wardrobe styled in one place? Harvey Nichols – Dubai has launched a curated edit of the trendiest statement pieces as well as clutches, heels, and accessories to add a glamorous finish to your look.
Mango is bringing a touch of bohemia this Holy Month with their collection focusing on tie dye and animal prints. Expect a subdued colour palette and summer friendly fabrics, including light jacquards, poplin and satin with metallic finishes.
The clash of prints
Looking for an emerging brand to infuse your wardrobe with a fresh new take on modest dressing? Or do you want to bag an exclusive from leading designers like Etro? Bloomingdale’s has you covered
Art meets fashion
Inspired by the works of international artists and sculptors, Stone Grey introduces abayas, bishts, kaftans, long dresses and half length skirts for the everyday modern women this Holy month.
Natasha Variava launches her first abaya collection for homegrown label Natasha V inspired by the cultural values surrounding Ramadan. The silhouettes convey depth and beauty with attention paid to delicate but rich embellishment, and with the minimalistic tailoring.
What a gem
Glam up for Ramadan with a help of Jacquie Aiche’s fine jewellery. The SS19 collection includes sophisticated pieces such as gemstone eyes and gemstone leaves made from green Agate, royal emerald gemstones, and the Malachite mineral.
Main Image: Left Model – Victoria Beckham Top & Skirt, Rosantica earrings. Middle model – Johanna Ortiz kimono, Markus Lupfer shirt & pant, Rosantica earrings. Right model – Loewe scarf, earrings, Vince all at Harvey Nichols – Dubai