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Tryano is Hosting an Epic Ramadan Fair in Abu Dhabi

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IAM Mai. Courtesy of Tryano

Held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikha Mariam Khalifa Bin Saif Al Nahyan, Tryano is hosting its second annual Layali Ramadan fair on May 17-21 at its multi-level store in Abu Dhabi’s Yas Mall. Following the success of its debut in Ramadan 2016, this year’s edition promises to be bigger and better, with a collection of more than 30 regional and international brands, curated by the Sheikha herself. Over the course of five days, Tryano will offer clothes, handbags, accessories, and more from brands including The cArtel, FMM by Fatma al Mulla, Bint Thani, POSE/Arazzi, and Bil Arabi by Nadine Kanso. As Ramadan is a time for giving back, all proceeds of the fair’s ticket sales will be donated to the Make a Wish Foundation.

Bil Arabi by Nadine Kanso. Courtesy of Tryano

Bil Arabi by Nadine Kanso. Courtesy of Tryano

Earlier this year, the UAE’s President, H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, declared 2017 as the “Year of Giving,” when giving back to your family, community, environment, and those less fortunate is encouraged. “I am honoured and delighted to be the patron for Tryano’s annual Ramadan Fair. As the UAE marks its ‘Year of Giving,’ this year the fair has partnered with the Make A Wish Foundation, in alignment with the vision of my grandfather, The UAE’s President, H.H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan,” says H.H. Sheikha Mariam Khalifa Bin Saif Al Nahyan in a release.

MKS. Courtesy of Tryano

MKS. Courtesy of Tryano

Live music performances, henna, and a book signing by celebrated Emirati author Omar Al Busaidy on opening night will also be part of the five-day extravaganza. Fair entrance tickets cost AED40, and the event will run every day from 5pm until midnight.

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