HM Queen Rania was pictured wearing a knotted Reemami skirt to raise awareness about the effects of bullying in schools during a visit to Sweileh Secondary School for Girls in Amman on Sunday. The white design with black rope details was plucked from the 2016 DDFC/Vogue Arabia Fashion Prize winner’s “climbing” collection. Her Majesty wore it with a black Tibi top cinched at the waist with a thin, black belt and matching, pointed-toe pumps.
“Since the conception of Reemami, Queen Rania has always been my dream person to dress,” says Reema Al Banna, the brainchild behind the womenswear label. “Dreams do come true,” she muses. Indeed, it wasn’t the first time that the graceful royal was pictured wearing a design by the Dubai-based brand. She has previously donned a custom rendition of Reemami’s Spring 2018 Danior trousers.
Al Banna’s skirt wasn’t the only design by a Fashion Prize alumni that the Queen was wearing on Sunday. She accessorized the refined ensemble with the Ralph Masri modernist ring.