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Inspired by Tiffany & Co., this Emirati Designer’s Ramadan Collection is Fit for Royalty

As part of Tiffany & Co.‘s Ramadan campaign which celebrates the thinkers and dreamers of UAE, Dubai-based Emirati designer Yasmin Al Mulla has been inspired by the luxury jewelry brand to create a capsule collection for the season.

Through the collection of kaftans, Al Mulla pays homage to the iconic women who have shaped the course of history, challenged the status quo, made lasting reforms, and have presided over their countries for decades, ushering in prosperity and cultural revolutions.

The collaboration aims to embody attributes like the Empress Theodora’s nobility, Queen Elizabeth’s power, Empress Farah Diba’s splendor, Queen Isabellas courage, Empress Michiko’s grace, and Queen Rania’s elegance.

To celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan in style, each kaftan is made fit for modern royalty and can take you from suhoor to iftar, with classic vintage cuts, a palette of pastel colors and rich fabrics like Japanese silk, Spanish Crepes. The embroidery adorning the kaftans is a nod to Tiffany & Co.’s sophisticated jewelry and sparkling diamonds and tiaras, particularly, Tiffany’s striking 18k flame diamond earrings by French jewelry designer, Jean Schlumberger.

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