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Saudi, We Have Arrived! Vogue Arabia is Now Available in Over 250 Stores in the Kingdom

Winnie Harlow, Shahad Salman, June issue, Saudi issue

Winnie Harlow and Shahad Salman shot by photographer Dan Beleiu for Vogue Arabia June 2019

Saudi, we have arrived! The Middle East’s most iconic fashion publication has just come a whole closer to its readers in the Kingdom. Saudi fashion and culture enthusiasts can now pick up copies of Vogue Arabia from within the country.

Starting today, Vogue Arabia — alongside the biannual Vogue Man Arabia and Vogue Living Arabia — will be available in over 250 of your favorite bookstores across Dammam, Jeddah, and Riyadh. This means that whether you are awaiting the interview of your favorite artist, designer or celebrity, or just need your monthly dose of style and beauty, you can count on Vogue Arabia to always be at hand.

Since its launch, Vogue Arabia has been at the forefront of championing the immense talent of Saudi Arabia, including traditional artisans, globally renowned designers, and pioneering women in various fields. Strongly believing in representing the region in the best, and most inclusive way possible, many of Vogue Arabia’s key moments have come to life in the Kingdom. Who can forget the groundbreaking inaugural Saudi issue in June 2018, which became the first Vogue edition to be dedicated to the Kingdom?

Saudi models Amira Al Zuhair, Sophie Alshehry, and Domie wearing Amira Al Zuhair. Photographed in NEOM by Txema Yeste for Vogue Arabia December 2020

From the Sadus village to the bustling city of Riyadh, the magazine has traveled all around the country with the help of local, established as well as emerging creatives. Vogue Arabia was also the first publication to bring a top model to the Kingdom as Winnie Harlow fronted our June 2019 issue with rising Saudi model Shahad Salman, and the first to shoot covers at the historic site of Diriyah and the futuristic NEOM.

Read Next: Inside Our Saudi Issue Starring the New Faces of the Kingdom’s Cultural Renaissance and its Pioneering Icons

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