Dubai is home to many talented regional designers who have won over the hearts and wardrobes of women both in the Middle East and beyond.
This year marks its sixth edition in partnership with Khayalee, and all proceeds from the entry fee to the exhibition will be donated to the Community Development Authority (CDA), a program for social development in Dubai.
Speaking to Buro 24/7 Middle East about the upcoming event, Symphony’s Founder, Salama Alabbar, said, “Tasyourah is about bringing together the best that Dubai has to offer and to be able to give back to our community thanks to our collaboration with the CDA.”
Which designers and brands can you expect to see? Renowned regional and international designers on the list include Bouguessa, IAMMAI, Abeer Al Suaidi, Razan Al Azzouni, Cloaks, Hessa Al Falasi, Shatha Essa (who just launched a new collection for her eponymous label), Maryam Al Tayer, Vanina, Sotra, NAfs design, Elan, AKS, Feryal, Blanc 83, Gagla jewellery, Bambah boutique, Sarah’s bag., Cloaks, Kay collection, All Things Mochi, Villa 515, The Kape, Katan, DAS, Slouchyz, Shamsa Alabbar Jewelry, Zahy, Ash Seven, Vanina, Or Noyau, Milk Living, Kardan, Huda Al Nuaimi, The Twins Abaya, Vanina, Threads design, Maryam Al Tayer, Boutique 1981, Martiza, 21 Technique, K for Kaftan, Al Kadi, Amal Al Mulla, Athba K, Darya by Alia, Faissal Al Malak, Khayalee, YNM and of course the Symphony Store.
The four-day exhibition will also exhibit collections from Bint Thani (who recently spoke to Buro 24/7 Middle East on switching to sustainable fabrics for A/W’19) and will highlight unique collaborations with Osman, Andrew GN, Noon by Noor, Dice Kayek, Athba K, Shatha Essa, Abeer Al Suwaidi, Rodebger and Rosantica, all of whom have created specially made kaftan for the Tasyourah.
Tasyourah by Symphony, in collaboration with Khayalee, will run from April 25-28, 2018, at the Annex, Burj Khalifa, Dubai. In other fashion news, find out everything you need to know about the upcoming 2018 Met Gala.