If Ramadan’s 101 nights theme is a little much, then this article is for you! Not only is ‘dressing up’ for Ramadan not to everyone’s taste, it’s also a bit of a waste when you pack them away again right before Eid. The brands we’ve curated, have the ability to wow during Ramadan and beyond, enjoy..
Offering an alternative to mass-produced fast fashion, D’Ascoli prides itself on its artisanal, considered production methods. Each piece is handmade in its Indian design studio, utilising both ancient and modern techniques such as hand-embroidery and digital printing. Working with locally grown cotton and silks, the label creates its bohemian dresses and separates with an acute attention to detail and every collection is inspired by a wide range of global influences – from traditional Japanese garments to American photography. Its flamenco-print, embroidered pieces are ideal for your next Ramadan outing.
Le Sirenuse, Positano collection was launched in the summer 2013. It embodies the colors of Positano and the chic, understated elegance of Le Sirenuse hotel, of which it bears the name. Carla Sersale, the designer behind the brand, is part of the owning family of the hotel.
Conceived and created by Themodist.com, Layeur ticks all the boxes of modesty and relevant fashion in the region. The range includes a variety of kaftans for both daytime and evening.
Argentinian-born designer Diego Binetti launched LOVE Binetti in 2011 with today’s modern, active woman in mind. The Institute of Marangoni alumnus’ first foray into fashion began when helping his dressmaker mother embroider couture gowns at their home in Buenos Aires. Each piece by the designer is made for the free-spirited woman who switches seamlessly from sunkissed afternoons on the beach to the bustle of city night life – and of course, Ramadan events…
Former model Yvonne Sporre was a consultant for Balenciaga, Missoni and Loewe before launching Yvonne S in 2009. Inspired by her relaxed lifestyle in Ibiza, the bohemian collections feature beautiful hand-drawn prints and ethically-sourced fabrics that translate seamlessly from the beach to the city and beyond.
It’s beachwear but there are some pieces that work fabulously as daytime and evening kaftans.
Emanuela Corvo’s beachwear brand Anjuna takes its name from a Goan seaside village, and its free-spirited aesthetic has found fans in Olivia Palermo and Chiara Ferragni. Inspired by art and travel, this bohemian collection showcases Italian craftsmanship at its best – think exquisite embroidery, crochet and lace.