Exclusive Capsule Collections To Get You Ramadan Ready

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The Net-a-Porter Ramadan edit comprises 27 international and regional talents

If your calendar is bursting with Iftars, suhoors and family gatherings, add these capsule collections to your Ramadan rotation

Ramadan brings a cacophony of capsule collections; Middle East exclusives, limited-edition designs and reimagined staples arrive on shelves (both virtual and IRL) in abundance. This year brings Celine’s first-ever Ramadan collection, a tried-and-trusted favourite from Dior and a celebration of regional talent courtesy of Net-a-Porter. Here, MOJEH rounds up the capsule collections you need to know about this Ramadan.


The Maison is starting strong for its first-ever Ramadan capsule with a stunning selection of adored silhouettes reimagined in black calfskin, iridescent emerald lizard and lavender. In addition to the triomphe, 16 and chain shoulder bag, the capsule comprises casual jewellery to dress up the days. Available in boutiques nationwide and online

Brunello Cucinelli

Italian craftsmanship comes together with Arab tradition at Brunello Cucinelli for its spring/summer capsule collection of abayas. Traditional, with a twist, the pieces are elegant, discreet and luxurious and are available in two tailored iterations – dropped-shoulder styles and structured silhouettes with the House’s signature shawl lapels – each of which come with a matching Shayla. Available in Brunello Cucinelli stores in the UAE

Matches Fashion

Matches Fashion is a one-stop Ramadan shop thanks to a delightful capsule of modestwear, kaftans and party-ready pieces that have you covered from A(quazzura) to Z(immerman). Shop now

La DoubleJ

Renowned for its eccentric prints and flowing silhouettes, La DoubleJ is the champion of modestwear collections. This Ramadan, fill your wardrobe with its colourful silk kaftans, worn dressed up with statement jewels for suhoors or sandals for day-to-day errands. Shop now

Miu Miu

Miu Miu debuts two brand-new bag shapes alongside revamped classics for Ramadan, as well as a collection of ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories. Modelled by Tunisian actor Myriem Boukadida, the collection is sophisticated, elegant and easy to wear, offering a plethora of combinations to sport from Ramadan through to Eid and beyond. Shop now

Loro Piana

Still fretting over your Ramadan wardrobe? There’s just enough time to stock up for the Holy Month, and Loro Piana is making it that little bit easier with its exclusive new capsule collection. Full of roomy, unstructured and loose-fitting styles marked by understated elegance and charm, invest in the likes of voluminous trouser suits, wrap skirts and kaftans defined by clean, pure lines, and crafted from airy lightweight linen and silk fabrics that are perfect for the warmer months. What’s more, a colour palette of desert-inspired hues — we’re talking beige, tan and glistening golds — adds a sophisticated yet understated edge made with minimalists in mind. Available at Loro Piana stores nationwide.


Maria Grazia Chiuri’s Dior OR capsule returns for 2023, with the creative director once again adding her Midas touch to Dior staples across ready-to-wear, jewellery, accessories and shoes, infusing them with metallic-gold threads, glittering tulle and gilded embroideries. Available in boutiques nationwide and online


The e-tailer has curated an exceptional edit of ready-to-wear and accessories from over 27 regional and international designers. The edit not only features inclusive sizing, but exclusive pieces from Tom Ford, Taller Marmo, Dima Ayad, Elie Saab, Semsem and more, ensuring you’re covered from Iftar to Suhoor and everything in between. Shop now

Al Fardan Jewellery

Searching for traditional new designs to add to your jewellery box throughout the Holy Month? Look no further than Al Fardan Jewellery’s limited edition capsule collection, Al Noor. Inspired by Sheikha Alyazia bint Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan and Sheikha Hamda bint Khalifa bin Mohamed Al Nahyan, it embodies Islamic motifs and legacy with hero pieces including a mesmerising coral and green onyx medallion threaded with Al Fardan’s famous natural pearl collection presenting a symbolic hidden prayer. Elsewhere expect a refined selection of bracelets, earrings and rings inspired by the shades and patterns of Andalusian tiles and Islamic floral motifs. Available at Al Fardan boutiques at Nations Towers, Abu Dhabi


Dreamy silhouettes in opulent hues make up Anthropologie’s Ramadan capsule. The curation showcases 10 styles hand-picked from Pinnacle Shruti Sancheti, Kavita-Bhartia, Limerick and Atsu, championing artisanal techniques and beautiful fabrics. Available in The Dubai Mall, UAE and Place Vendome, Qatar


A modestwear brand catering to the modern woman, Leem is a home-grown hero. Its coveted kaftans encourage self-expression through kaleidoscopic colours, dramatic embroidery and sumptuous fabrics, and the 2023 Ramadan capsule is no different. Expect chic silhouettes as well as the return of its much-loved Mummy & Me collection. Shop now

Nature Hedonist

Ramadan is a time of reflection, mindfulness and introspection, therefore it is only fitting that Nature Hedonist has named its Ramadan capsule Cura Sui, a latin term for ‘care of oneself’. Crafted from responsibly sourced, breathable linens to combat the rising temperatures, the collection’s flowing silhouettes allow for unrestricted movement. In-keeping with its sustainable ethos, the 25-piece collection is intended to form the foundation of a year-round wardrobe. Shop now

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