The Fashion Forward Dubai (FFWD), a fashion platform that works towards the development of the regional fashion industry, will present 12 regional designers for the first time in Saudi Arabia at the FFWD EPIC Pop-Up shop.
Taking place from June 5-25, during the holy month of Ramadan, a line-up of 12 regional designers – including Amira Haroon, Arwa Al Banawi, Ghudfah, Hessa Falasi, Jelena Bin Drai, Nasiba Hafiz, Poca & Poca, Amal Haliq, Madiso, Rula Galayini, Sarah’s Bag and Vanina – will be showcasing their Ramadan and/or spring/summer 2017 apparel and accessory collections at department store Rubaiyat, Stars Avenue Mall in Jeddah.
This Pop-Up is part of FFWD’s Empowerment Programme through Industry Collaboration (EPIC), endorsed by Dubai Design & Fashion Council (DDFC) and supported by Dubai Design District (d3),, which is dedicated to supporting regional talent to attain commercial success and widen their reach into new markets.
“The FFWD Pop-Up, under the EPIC programme, in the prestigious Rubaiyat is an excellent opportunity for regional designers to attain customer visibility in a new market. We are thrilled to partner with Rubaiyat to present some of the best designers from the region and extend further support for their brand’s development,” says Ramzi Nakad, COO & co-founder, FFWD.
How much technology is too much technology? Tech has inevitably become asApril 15, 2021 | By Shruthi Nair
According to a report by the United Nations, the fashion industry accountsFebruary 18, 2021 | By Shruthi Nair
UAE-based Carrefour announced its theme and plans for Ramadan 2021. The brand
Locally owned supermarket Spinneys celebrates 60 years of doing business in the
UAE-based Carrefour will become the first retailer in the region to offer new levels
The Organic Farmers’ Market is back in Bay Avenue for its 12th
UAE-based Lulu Group recently inaugurated its first-ever all-female staff store in Jeddah,
Jones the Grocer, the gourmet grocer and cheese retailer launches the Jones
UAE-based Al Maya Supermarkets is hosting a two-week food festival at select
Locally-owned supermarket Spinneys has launched its ‘Power of Plants’ initiative in the
Carrefour UAE has launched “Cookit Yourself” — a curated recipe box created
UAE-based Al Islami Foods, one of the largest frozen food companies in
Marks & Spencer’s plant-based range now offers over 25 vegan products including meat-free
World’s largest fully integrated online brand in fresh fish and meat e-commerce
Who isn’t a sucker for discounts? Customers today are spoiled for choice
The various e-commerce and virtual retail stores that cater to different product
A private helicopter carrying the chairman and managing director of Lulu Group,
With the inauguration of 11 new stores in 2020 and 14 more
Vacheron Constantin has announced the official opening of its first boutique in
‘Skinification of beauty’ is the key trend that every retailer in the
On March 8th 2021, Reebok unveiled its new store opening and launched
British brand Marks & Spencer, operated by the Al-Futtaim Group has launched
According to a report by the United Nations, the fashion industry accounts
The issue of climate change and the environmental crisis we are in
Unprecedented – that’s probably one of the most common adjectives for the
Tighter restrictions on hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and entertainment venues on account of