In collaboration with Hiya exhibition for Arab fashion Al Ostoura organized an informative forum to discuss the main goals of the exhibition that will take place on the 26 to the 30 of October 2016 in Al Doha – Qatar.
The exhibit hosts more than 200 fashion brands from the Gulf and the world to show case their new collections for 2017 Autumn and Winter for more than 1500 high society ladies from Qatar and the Gulf.
The forum aims to shed light and focus on encouraging the Arab designers and supporting their emerging talents.
Ever since Al Ostoura started in 1985, it had strived to support and launch talented international designers, especially local ones by showcasing their designs in more than 40 prominent fashion stores in Kuwait’s most prestigious shopping malls, and to the world, through a shopping website.
This exhibition is considered a launching platform to the most recent and modern fashion creations presented by the most famous Arab designers., it’s also recognized as a gathering for business women who meet up and exchange their expertise and views on how to increase women’s involvement in the society and the economy through the various activities that take place during the exhibition.
Mr. Rami Tabiaat, President of Al Ostoura International company, inaugurated the forum with a welcoming speech addressing a distinguished audience from Hiya.
Renowned guests like executive committee member of business women in Qatar forum, Mrs. Jawaher Al Kawari, and the Creative Manager of Dibaj Group Mrs. Elizabeth Rice, gave inspirational speeches to the audience. Mrs. Najlaa Maatouk founder of Al Ostoura company also shared her significant experience in the international and regional fashion industry.
Al Ostoura has always been proud of hosting more than 12 Arab creative designers like The Marzouq brothers from Kuwait, Madiha Al Sharji, and Lilian Afshar from UAE, Reem Kanhel, Rayan Al Azouni from KSA, Amal Al Mulla from Bahrain, Ezzeddine Alaia from Tunis, Nabeel Niyal from Syria, and Rami Kadi, Reem Acra, and Hussein Bazaza from Lebanon.