From Dubai-based womenswear label Reemami, to the architectural accessories at Rym Jewelry, the Palestinian talent pool is over-flowing with the next generation of designers.
So whether they’re well-known catwalk names or design stars who are just on the rise, ahead, 20 Palestinian-owned fashion brands to follow on the ‘Gram and support today and every day.
Reema Al Banna is a UAE-based award-winning fashion designer who has created a contemporary womenswear label called Reemami – spotted on Jordanian Queen Rania Al Abdullah, Bella Hadid and many more.
2. NATALIE TAHHAN
By celebrating the rich and elegant Palestinian heritage, designer Natalie Tahhan has created a fashion label celebrating the beauty of her hometown.
3. FAISSAL EL-MALAK
From Montreal, Canada, to Doha, Qatar, the UAE-based fashion designer focuses on creating unique yet timeless pieces incorporating the traditional Palestinian embroidery, raffia weaving detailing from Morocco, and Yemeni hand-woven fabrics.
4. RYM JEWELRY
Reem Y.M., a Palestinian-Lebanese designer, creates fine contemporary jewellery, offering a personalized touch to each of her clients.
As an international slow-fashion streetwear brand located in the Gaza strip, the brand focuses on creating enjoyable and breathable hand-cut garments worn on both men and women.
6. MEERA ADNAN LABEL
As an ode to her love for 80’s styling, Gaza-based designer Meera Adnan has created her line with a heavy focus on voluminous silhouettes with a playful retro touch – pulling major inspiration from her favourite era.
Driven by passion and creativity, the Taqa clothing brand is filled with precious maxi dresses and Palestinian embroidery abayas.
8. nol collective
Founded by Palestinian feminist Yasmeen Mall, the designer creates ethical fashion, portraying her cultural standpoint through her garments.
9. hazar jawabra
Located in Jerusalem, Hazar Jawabra is changing the knitwear game by creating versatile yet wearable pieces for men and women.
10. darzah designs
Created as a non-profit apparel line based in West Bank. Designer Darzah focuses on collaborating with talented Palestinian women to develop vibrant and traditional scrunchies and handbags.
By mixing her education and love for creativity, Angham, the CEO of nnbynn, had launched her ready-to-wear label in 2019. The brand explores Palestine’s roots by incorporating traditional Arabic garments and infusing her cultural heritage into each design.
12. holy land
Holy Land is a Palestinian-owned company that supports Palestinian women who make high-quality handmade fashion and embroidery items in the Holy Land—creating an authentic and real historical touch to each piece.
13. Dar noora
By combining her love for traditional cross-stitching and modern fashion, Noor Khalifeh created her label ‘Noora Khalifeh’, as a way to empower women to carry their cultural traditions everywhere they go.
Skatepal is a non-profit organization created to support communities throughout Palestine by restoring the health and wellbeing benefits of skateboarding to heighten the lives of the local youth.
15. dar collective
Created by third-culture kids, Dar Collective is a line created to share unique experiences of cultures and values based on the traditions of their fellow brothers and sisters.
16. balady stitch
Balady Stitch is a collection of hand-made embroidery accessories, home decor and everyday gifts – made in Gaza, Palestine.
17. ornamental by lameice
By infusing her passion for interior design and art, Jerusalem based designer Lameice Imad created her multidisciplinary line for your everyday home use.
18. shireen salman designs
Characterized by Palestinian heritage, Jeruslama based designer Shireen Salman created her line as an ode to her love for old tiles and middle eastern designs through custom-made interior pieces from furniture design to home accessories and more.
A slow fashion studio honouring Jerusalem’s heritage through modern designs and handmade tote bags.
From Nazareth to Bethlehem and made in Palestine, Quina is a handbag line, which creates wooden and block purses.