Anthropologie Launches its Ramadan Collection

Lifestyle brand Anthropologie launches its Ramadan collection, exclusively available to Dubai and Qatar markets. The unique collection, exclusive to Anthropologie, contains a curated mix of beautiful pieces with modern shapes using artisanal techniques. The collection showcases 10 styles that are a combination of in-house designs and hand selected brands.

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Anthropologie’s Ramadan collection offers a range of stunning garments in a color palette of sage green, gold, beige, pink, and bronze. From opulent maxi skirts with tulle frills and silky maxi dresses, to metallic, draped styles in jewel tones and flowing printed maxi dresses – the collection is the perfect mix of modest and chic, making it perfect for Ramadan.THE BRANDSPinnacle Shruti Sancheti

Pinnacle Shruti Sancheti was launched in December 2009 with a vision to establish new rules of design. The label believes in wearability, celebrates femininity, and chooses comfort while keeping a strong design aesthetic at the fore. Combined with elegance, a sense of timelessness, and sophistication, it offers fluid and classic styles inspired by the rich treasure trove of Indian textiles and craftsmanship.

KavitaBhartiaKavita Bhartia’s label started in 2001 and has become known for its quirky take on Indian wear. Kavita Bhartia collections re-imagine contemporary silhouettes in exquisite embroideries and textures. Retaining its signature style, the eponymous label flaunts a minimalistic approach with a prettiness that layers feminine softness.


Limerick by Abirr n’ Nanki celebrates the dynamism, intertwined with an exploration of patterns and embroideries, and artisanal techniques. The juxtaposition of indigenous methods and modern design techniques, set in fine material, is what defines the design philosophy.


Atsu Sekhose launched his eponymous collection in 2007 with a philosophy encompassing modern opulence, ineffable style and a zealous sense of glamour. With his innovative hand-embroideries and high quality, Atsu has made a conscious effort to highlight the diverse ethnic crafts and textiles from his homeland Nagaland and its neighbouring states.


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