Here at Buro HQ, we’re always thrilled to see international style gurus choosing pieces from Middle Eastern designers. Beyoncé, Izabel Goulart, Jasmine Sanders and Gigi Hadid are just some of the big names that have sported designs by Middle Eastern talent in recent months and now they’ve been joined by a very royal counterpart.
Overnight, the ever-stylish Queen Rania of Jordan was spotted wearing a dress by UAE-based designer All Things Mochi.
Her Highness sported the brand’s Emma dress on a visit to one of the school’s in her Madrasti program. The Madrasti program (which means “my school” in Arabic) was launched in 2008 to help improve conditions at underprivileged schools, and therefore the experience of the attending students.
The red shirtdress is part of the brand’s F/W ’18 collection which features weaving details by the Hmong tribe from Thailand, according to the brand. Should you wish to inject your wardrobe with the royally-approved piece, it is currently available for pre-order.
Now, discover All Things Mochi’s new Ramadan collection, inspired by the UAE.