Saudi entrepreneur Nojoud Al Rumaihi collaborates with Mytheresa for its dreamy Ramadan and Eid edit
If Nojoud Al Rumaihi gives a fashion collection her seal of approval, you know it’s something special, so waste no time in getting your hands on a piece from Mytheresa’s Ramadan and Eid edit, curated alongside the Saudi-based entrepreneur and influencer. With pieces from Valentino, Erdem, Emilio Pucci, Dries Van Noten and Roksanda to name a few, there’s something for all occasions, be it relaxed Ramadan days or stylish evening Iftars. Nojoud chats to MOJEH about her Ramadan wardrobe and how she’ll be spending the Holy Month.
Which brands are you looking to for your Ramadan wardrobe this year?
I don’t have a specific brand. I am looking for items that are suitable for Ramadan in general. What I love about Ramadan fashion is its resemblance with Bohemian and summer outfits in a modest way, making brands like Zimmerman, Emilio Pucci, Johanna Ortiz and Giambattista Valli suitable for Ramadan as well as the day-to-day. I love having pieces that I can wear over and over again for multiple occasions and seasons.
Do you like to keep things neutral, or go all out with colours and prints?
My style is often classic, however I love to give it a twist and make it more expressive. Therefore, if i’d go all out in colours usually the cut or silhouette would remain very classy and vice versa.
How do you plan on styling your outfits when it comes to accessories?
Accessories complete the look and make it very interesting and unique. However, they can also take the focus completely off the outfit, so I usually prefer softer accessories with playful looks and wear more of a statement piece with subtle looks in order to create balance.
What are you looking forward to most about the Holy Month?
Spending uninterrupted time with my family and people I care about the most, enjoying meals that are only cooked during the Holy Month, and definitely wearing outfits that express the beauty and spirit of Ramadan. Shop the Mytheresa Ramadan edit here
- Words by Naomi Chadderton
- Photographed by Lubna Abdrabboh