4 Cool Saudi Brands You Need To Know
4 Cool Saudi Brands You Need To Know

4 Cool Saudi Brands You Need To Know

Thanks to Riyadh Fashion Week, the spotlight on Saudi’s emerging fashion brands has never shone brighter. From modern takes on tradition to red-carpet worthy silhouettes and contemporary details, here are the Saudi labels you need to have on your radar…

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Nora Dress, AED 1,660
Nora Dress, AED 1,660

Yasmina Q

Founded by Saudi Arabian designer, Yasmina Qanzal, Yasmina Q is a contemporary womenswear brand that focuses on sustainability, while also taking a conscious approach to the local communities and skilled workers it works with. All fabrics are sustainably sourced and feature FSC certified ECOVERO viscose and ‘deadstock’ materials – we’re particularly drawn to the easy knitwear, beach-friendly dresses and co-ords. 

Visit YasminaQ.com

Arwa Al Banawi

Arwa Al Banawi debuted her eponymous label in 2015 and showcased her latest collection at Riyadh Fashion Week. Known for her innovative approach and distinctive aesthetic, previous collections have seen her merge streetwear with exaggerated tailoring, while also nodding to her heritage and culture. In her most recent collection, it was the oversized kaftans and tailored suits – as well as the pops of colour and print – that caught our eye.

Visit ArwaBrand.com


Alanoud Alsalem

Saudi ready-to-wear label, Alanoud Al Salem, was founded in 2014 by local entrepreneur, Alanoud Alsalem. With a focus on simplicity, elegance, and tailoring, the pieces are all about understated elegance – the colours are monochromatic, the silhouettes are simple but stunning and the details are modern and feminine. We love the draped neck maxi dress with the tie waist detail, and the tailored gown with its cape-like statement collar. 

Visit AlanoudAlsalem.com

Mona Alshebil

Mona Alshebil launched her label in 2020. Full of feminine, timeless wardrobe staples, the collections are influenced by her Saudi heritage, with a particular focus on quality craftsmanship. Taking an ethical approach to the fashion production process, Mona Alshebil also produces its garments locally. Collections feature tailored silhouettes in unexpected fabrics like corduroy and denim, with the hero pieces being the maxi blazers – available in a variety of colours and materials.

Visit MonaAlshebil.com

The Belted Denim Blazer Skirt Set, SAR 1,800
The Belted Denim Blazer Skirt Set, SAR 1,800

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