The Capsule Collections We’ll Be Shopping This Ramadan

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Both regional and international designers are paying tribute to the Middle East with exclusive capsule collections and carefully curated edits that will see you through the Holy Month in style.


The Dior Or Ramadan Capsule Collection showcases a number of exclusive bags, shoes, accessories and ready-to-wear pieces, reinterpreting long flowy dresses, blouses and matching skirts in silky fabrics that shimmer with the slightest of movement. Not to be outdone, reimagined versions of Dior’s classic bags including the D-Joy come enhanced in a multicoloured iridescent finish, dressed in the emblematic cannage motif or subtly embroidered with metal threads, matched only by the spectacular gilded ornamentation found across its shoes and accessories. This is Ramadan dressing at its finest. Shop now

Bottega Veneta

Photographed by Alyona Kuzmina for MOJEH April 2022

Bottega Veneta’s woven-leather accessories are well-loved, but you’ve never seen them like this. The Loop, Jodi and Mini Pouch are presented in three glittering hues – Parakeet, Lollipop and Gold – for Bottega Veneta’s limited-edition Ramadan capsule, alongside two iridescent peach iterations of the House’s iconic Lido sandals. Shop now

Louis Vuitton

The perfect modest collection for women who appreciate the finer things in life, Louis Vuitton is back this Ramadan with its signature capsule collection that not only includes statement bags and shoes but, for the first time, a ready- to-wear line consisting of four key silhouettes across three themes: lace, broderie anglaise and polka dots. Embracing an emerald green colour palette to represent prosperity, peace and love, the all-new collection takes the modern day woman seamlessly from day to night thanks to a mid-length layered dress, embroidered black blouse, simple shirt dress and day-to-night pajamas, all designed to be accessorized with one of five of the maison’s iconic handbags, reimagined in the exclusive green and black. Shop now


We can always count on Net-a-Porter to treat us to an eclectic smorgasbord of different looks for any occasion, but it has really outdone itself for Ramadan 2022. Compiling its most expansive curation of Middle Eastern brands to date, covetable regional names including Reem Acra, Elie Saab and Taller Marmo are joined by some of the biggest names in homeware and fine jewellery, paying homage to the festivities of the Holy Month through vivid hues, dramatic silhouettes and Arabesque features. If the campaign looks familiar, that’s because it was shot in the winding alleyways of Al Fahidi Historical District, otherwise known as Al Bastakiya, capturing local creative talent and shot by a local team too. The demurest dressing around. Shop now


We’ve long been fans of Maha Abdul Rasheed and her Dubai-based label Bambah, but with her latest Ramadan-ready collection, we’ve come to appreciate her playful style even more. Designed to celebrate the magical setting of the Arabian desert, serenity abounds with a soothing, neutral colour palette and lightweight fabrics that are both chic and breathable. With modest dressing meeting a joyful aesthetic, expect plenty of rich green and sandy hues, as well as gold and silver metallics that will add a glamorous edge to your Iftar. “Ramadan is one of our most important seasons,” Maha tells MOJEH. “It’s not just about wearing black. Women these days are very creative and colourful with their Ramadan wardrobe so we get to have a lot of fun and think outside the box. I love coming up with new styles and silhouettes that are still in line with the traditional frame.” We’ll take it all. Shop now


Dubai-based RTW brand Pearla has joined forces with Tiffany & Co. for its Ramadan collection this season, with the fine jewellery house’s pieces being the perfect complement to the creative selection of kaftans, dresses and jalabiyas, named ‘Salam’. Comprising 28 intricate designs using cotton, crumble, silk and metallic fabrics, the collection also utilises eye- catching details including feathers and bird prints, symbolising the journey of light, companionship and peace. “We designed our Ramadan collection to portray the message of peace and love to the world, which is also the message of the Holy Month,” designers Hessa and Fatima Ali Aljoker tell MOJEH. “What’s more, Tiffany & Co.’s Knot collection wasn’t just chosen for its beauty, but also the fact that it symbolises the power of connection between people.” Shop now


Known for its Scandi-cool aesthetic, Cos’ selection of Middle East exclusives is bursting with mood-boosting colours in sumptuous textures, from loosely draped dresses and trousers to oversized shirts and tonal co-ords. The best bit? The collection has been crafted using sustainably sourced materials. Shop now


Photographed by Greg Adamski

Shot on location in Abu Dhabi, mountaineer Raha Moharrak and designer Hessa Al Suwadi show off silk dresses, pyjama-style two pieces and elegant ready-to-wear alongside a refined collection of sparkling crystal slingbacks and embellished handbags, including the iconic Prada Galleria and Re-Edition 1995, for Prada’s Parallel Harmonies Ramadan campaign. If you’re looking to add pops of colour to your Ramadan wardrobe then you’re in luck – bright-printed loungewear that can be dressed down for the day and up with heels (plus statement jewellery for the evening) are stars of the show. We’ll be adding these directly to our wish list. Shop now


Photographed by Lubna Abdrabboh

It’s safe to say that Nojoud Al Rumaihi is looking forward to the Holy Month. “I can’t wait to spend uninterrupted time with family and the people I care about the most, enjoying meals together and wearing outfits that express the beauty and spirit of Ramadan,” she tells MOJEH. That said, if she gives a fashion collection her seal of approval, you know it’s something special. 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. Think 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. “What I love about Ramadan fashion is its resemblance with Bohemian and summer outfits but in a modest way, making the likes of Zimmerman, Johanna Ortiz and Giambattista Valli also perfect for the occasion,” Nojoud tells MOJEH. “I love having pieces that I can wear over and over again for multiple occasions and seasons.” This carefully-curated edit most certainly fits the bill. Shop now

Level Shoes

You can shop exclusive pieces from Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin, Pīferi, Edhen Milano and more this Ramadan at Level Shoes. Whether you’re looking for comfortable slides to see you through long nights or sky-high heels for Eid celebrations, we’d say the world’s largest footwear destination is a good place to start, wouldn’t you? Shop now


If you’re getting a new wardrobe, why not spruce up your interiors, too? Elevate your Iftar tablescape with Aura’s dinnerware collections created in collaboration with local designers; crockery comes adorned in traditional calligraphy, whimsical cartoons and Persian fabric-inspired prints. Shop now

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