The Amanqi Edit, a fellow digital platform, is doing a pop up shop starting today 22nd until the 25th of March. So, if you are getting ready for the Dubai World Cup or didn’t have time to get something for Mother’s Day (if that is the case,???? read our article with some ideas to gift pronto!) just pay this unique pop up a visit. There is a guarantee you will find something cool!
When: 22nd March Opening at 19.30, 23rd or 24th of March from 11:00 to 21:00.
Where: Society Cafe, Jumeirah 1, Dubai.
At the Amanqi Edit pop up you will find curated pieces of 11 designers. Also, Marwa Hashim, an illustrator will be delighting the visitors with her beautiful drawings.
If you go to the Amanqi Edit pop up shop, say hi to Manal, the organizer and to Mai. Mai Albudoor is the designer behind IAMMAI. Originally from the UAE, she is a “designer of everything”. From art, architecture, interior design, and graphic design, she creates capsule collections for her experimental fashion brand. Mai started her brand in 2014 and ever since, she has created unique collections that studied, constructed, and deconstructed elements such as marble, palm, arches, or played with contrast.
Her pieces are conceptual, minimalistic, architectural, and terribly elegant.
At the Pop up you will also see HIBA JABER. We met the lovely Hiba at the past edition of Fashion Forward. Her pieces are a delicate game of letters and calligraphy in Rhodium, gold plated 800 Silver and 18K Gold. She also adds to her designs diamonds and other beautiful precious stones.
Her elegant collection is called “Intertwined”. Boasting unique pieces you can wear together or apart. A total of 14 rings with diamonds set in 18K yellow, rose, or white gold playing with the alphabet in Arabic and in Latin. Dubai and the many cultures that coexist together here were the inspiration. Language as a symbol of culture and the two different alphabets graphs that can be joined together in her designs are a beautiful symbolism of unity. When you are getting one of her rings you are getting two in reality. One with the letter in Arabic and the other with the letter in English. The two rings come together as one and their designs sit perfectly respecting both letters.
Behind this beautiful jewelry, there is a message of tolerance and diversity, because it is more what unites us than what makes us apart.
You might also want to join the competition we are running this month with Osseyan. Check all the details at this link.