2016’s International Music Festivals You Shouldn’t Miss

Whitsun Festival, May 13th- 16th, Austria

The world’s finest Opera, Drama and Classical music concert.

Web: salzburgerfestspiele.at


Global Dub Festival, May 14th, Denver, USA

Brought to dub lovers by AEG Live & Global Dance, this is the 5th Global Dub Festival.

Featuring acts suvh as DATSIK , Slander and many more acts.

Purchase tickets from 39.95 to 75 Dollars
Web: redrocksonline.com


EverAfter Music Festival, June 3rd – 5th, Ontario, Canada

Skrillex, Team Ezy, Cashmere Cat, Marshmello and Zedd are featured acts. Camping packages, VIP lounge and poolside cabanas are available in addition to the ticket-only offers available from 160 – 260 Canadian Dollars.

Web: everafterfest.com

Governors Ball, June 3rd -5th, Randall’s Island, NYC

The 6th edition of Governors Ball 3 day festival is here. Kanye West, The killers, Robyn are some of the artists performing this year. Have a look at the line up; it’s going to be BIG.

Purchase tickets from eventbrite.com


Levitation Festival, June 16th – 19th, Vancouver, Canada

Showcasing local and international talents, Levitation is a platform for all music genres. Garage Rock and Experimental Music are some of the genres to expect. Levitation is all about brining art, sounds, foods and crafts all together to create a unique and unforgettable festival experience. They also make a point of working with local businesses and environmental organizations. Single passes tart from 12 Canadian Dollars to All access passes, which cost 265 Canadian Dollars.

Web: levitation-vancouver.com
Purchase tickets from levitation-vancouver.com

Glastonbury Festival, June 22nd – 26th, UK

Probably the UK’s biggest festival, with a huge fanbase both from the public and musicians, Glasto’s line-ups are always the hottest news to drop. People flock to this camp style festival, bracing the mud, rain and cold to see their favourite artists from all over the world perform. If you are going, don’t forget your wellies, sunglassed and wet wipes.

Tickets were released on April 14th and 17th, and no surprise here, they sold out within minutes.

Web: glastonburyfestivals.co.uk


Wireless Festival, July 8th – 10th, London, UK

The hottest summer musical event for the young and hip crowd. With the likes of J Cole, future, Calvin harris, Maverick Sabre, Asap Berg, Miguel, Bryson Tiller and Chase & Status, it will truly be a crazy weekend.

Purchase tickets from wirelessfestival.co.uk


Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival, July 13th – 16th, Brooklyn, USA

The 12th annual festival will witness Hip Hop kings Nas and Talib Kweli performing. A true celebration of Hiphop, this event is for all those who appreciate authentic hip-hop, as opposed to mainstream pop hip-hop.

Purchase tickets from eventbrite.com


Wanderlust Festival, July 14th – 17th, Squaw Valley, USA

Mondy, body and spirit is what this festival is all about. Yoga, musical performances and spiritual and motivational lectures make this a one-of-a-kind event. If you’re a green lifestyle environment lover, and enjoy networking with likeminded people, this is for you.

Web: wanderlustfestival.com


Panorama, July 22nd – 24th, Randall’s Island Park, New York City

With artist such as FKA Twings, Kendrick Lamar, Aluna George and LCD System performing, this festival is going to be BIG. Mixing technology, art and music, the Despacio dance floor, sets Panorama apart from Coachella-like festivals.

Web: panorama.nyc
Purchase tickets from aeg.festivalticketing.com

Tomorrowland and Dreamville, July 22nd- 24th, Belgium

The world-famous festival that no one wants to miss and people literally pay an arm and leg for. It really isn’t to be missed. With Tomorrowland Brazil already done and dusted, you might be able to find one or two tickets left for Tomorrowland Belgium. The secondary event Tomorrowworld will not be held this year unfortunately.

Purchase tickets from tomorrowland.com

Here is the Tomorrowland 2015 aftermovie, you can play it during the summer and pretend you’re there, if you can’t make it:


Salzburg Festival, July 22nd – August 31st, Austria

Europe’s annual classical music festival is here. Enthusiasts fly in from al over the world to enjoy the beautiful experience. Conductors, singers, actors and orchestra performances are just the tip of the berg, there’s so much more Art to appreciate.

Links for more info:


Burning Man Festival, August 28th – September 5th, Nevada, USA

In the middle of the Nevada desert, Black Rock City will come to life, as over 60,000 people head out to enjoy this magical experience. It is festival for a celebration of the art of self-expression. Most vistors are spiritual hippies who are looking to enjoy a sense of unity within a community of people who share the same values. They actually have 10 principles that visitors must adhere to, in terms of being at one with the community. If you plan to go, then be mentally prepared to see everything and anything.

Web: burningman.org

Bestival, September 8th – 11th, Isle of Wight, UK

One of the UK’s late summer events, fan favourites, old and new, such as Fatboy Slim, Bastille, Craig David, Kano, Major Lazor are performing. Music will be playing from 11 am – 5am, so pick and choose which acts you really want to see.

For the full lineup: bestival.net
For tickets and passes: ticketline.co.uk


Art Basel Miami, December 1-4th, Miami, USA

With over 70,000 vistors, it is the IT festival for art lovers. A mix of art, in every shape and form, it really is a true fashionable and hip event. If you plan on heading out there, make sure to pack your coolest accessories, so you’re dressed to the nines while you check out sculptures, paintings, installations, and so much more drool-worthy creations.

Web: artbasel.com


Kat Von D: Putting The Art in Makeup

The artist turned entrepreneur who is taking over the makeup world.

Kat Von D, originally a tattooist, has taken makeup fans and enthusiasts by storm; her palettes sell out within seconds. Her website is a hub for enthusiasts looking for inspirations; “How To-s” and “Kat’s Beauty Chat” videos feature artists who look at makeup as a form of art and self-expression.

Kat Von D Tattoo Liner

Kat Von D Tattoo Liner

  1. What are your first impressions of the Middle Eastern makeup scene?

I can definitely identify with the Middle Eastern makeup scene, since from a very early start I have always been a fan of a smokey eye, a strong brow and a bold lip. It’s so refreshing seeing a community of beauty-lovers who appreciate full coverage as much as I do.


  1. Coming from a tattooist background, what difficulties did you find in the makeup industry? 

Coming from an artist background—whether it be tattooing, drawing, or painting—I find that it really does translate into how I personally do my own makeup and how I approach creating new products. Understanding art fundamentals truly lends itself to makeup application, and for that I am grateful. So in all honesty, my background does not present itself to be a challenge in any way.beauty-products-makeup-tools-kat-von-d-lipstick-volumizing-mascara-beautyblender-makeup-tools-2015-09-16

  1. How do you make your products stand out from other brands?

I think Kat Von D Beauty stands out from other brands in many ways. Of course, our patented formulas are game changers, but I think the overall, unapologetic sentiment of the brand really sets us apart. There are so many special and unique shades in every collection that really “think outside the box.” Who wants to play with the same old makeup anyway?

  1. What’s your favorite product from your latest collection?

Tattoo Liner is definitely my go-to eyeliner — not one day goes by where I don’t wear it!


The Reality of the Fast and Furious Life of Jeddah

Eyad Shawli, putting the “s for safety” in speed.

Tell us a bit about yourself.

I am a partner at Al Shawli Real Estate Developers, an entrepreneur, a financial and money market investor and I’m crazy about super motors.

What started your interest in super motors?

My older brother, Eihab, also a super motor enthusiast, bought me my first bike – a dirt bike. That was the turning point. I am thankful to him.

IMG_6490What Jeddah clubs have you joined?

The RedRiders Jeddah Club; we’re about 30 members. We ride every Friday/Saturday morning and we travel abroad for tracks: Dubai, Qatar and Bahrain mostly. A few months back, we traveled to Mugello, Italy for the Ducati Racing Experience (DRE). There’s also the Motorcross group – it’s essentially dirt biking, an adrenaline-rush adventure full of stunting in the dunes. There is also the well-organized Harley Davidson group.

IMG_6489For cars, my brother and I are fortunate to own Ferraris, so we joined the Ferrari Owners Club, which was officialized by Italy HQ recently. There is also the newly established Supercars Club Jeddah, which any supercar owner can join – perfect for meeting other enthusiasts.

IMG_4132Are the groups open to everyone?

Yes, but we have strict rules and regulations; we have high standards for the riding style and protective gear.

(1116)What are the benefits of joining clubs?

They’re great for networking; you meet a lot of important people, different nationalities, professions, etc.

IMG_6751What advice would you give to other riders?

If you are fortunate and able to go abroad for tracks, put all your energy into doing that. Don’t take it to the streets. We all know someone who has been affected by an accident; it’s tragic. Think of your family; there is no need to be reckless for the thrill of a few seconds. If you spend a little extra on protective gear, it is worth it.

IMG_9451What would you like to see improve?

  • Transparent driving rules; the Dos and Don’ts.

  • Tracks and circuits – I would personally invest in a motorbike school. We drive safely in small groups and buy all the expensive protective gear, but it is still safer to fall at a track or circuit, than on the roads with pedestrians and cars.

  • Protective gear here is not the best quality. If we had a track, it would encourage investments, making it easier to find necessary accessories.

P4S_0288-(2)“Riders must wear helmets, gloves, boots and full leather suits. There are many different brands but I recommend Alpinestars and Dianesse for leather suits and AGV, Bell and Arai for helmets. You can find them online at revzilla.com.” – Eyad Shawli

RedRiders Jeddah and MotorCross:
Instagram: redridersjed / eshawli

Ferrari Owners Club:
Showroom: Fast Auto Technic Co. Ltd, Madina Rd.
Tel: 920003727
Harley Davidson Club:
Showroom: Al Andalus Rd.
Supercars Club Jeddah:
Instagram: Hassaan.Abdeen / eshawli
The Bike shop (Ducati Dealer):
Instagram: Thebikeshops / yaseenbashmail
Store: Sari St. (opening soon)


Abayas: hottest designers and trends.

To make abaya shopping simpler for our Jeddawi women, we created a list of Jeddah’s hottest abaya designers who cater to women who always experiment.

Whether you are the Busy Bee; running errands, or the Working Woman juggling family life with a successful career, there is something for you.. Whether you are the Beach Lover who finds herself at one with Jeddah’s beautiful beaches or the Glamorous Diva who counts gatherings and chic dinners as the thing to do, we also have something for you.




A team of four designer friends, Amal Alkukhun, Mashael Al Nugali, Rawan Binjabi and Shahd Abdulghani, came together to create a brand that seasonally caters to more than one taste; the chic, the sporty, the quirky and the traditional. Unusual concepts like abayas with attached scarves and snoods are one of the things that make this brand a true reflection of Jeddah’s culture. Their next collection of beauties will be released in Ramadan.

Mob: +966-542076476
Email: silverliningteam@outlook.com
Instagram and Snapchat: Silverliningjed

Sue Designs


Suad Al Zamil has established herself as the go-to brand for casual-but-chic abayas, using patterns she collects from the numerous countries she travels to, or the use of embellishment and sequins to liven up abayas. Suad’s latest creations focus on casual styles that speak out to women who are looking for simple, practical, young and trendy looks.

Location: Arafat Rd., Al Hamra Dist.
Mob: +966-541151595
Email: suadzaimil@gmail.com
Instagram: sue_designs




Designer Alaa Al Jefri’s passion for fashion and in turn abayas, started with memories of sewing and looking over fabrics with her mother. From the humble beginnings of a small project, Babushka now has their own standalone boutique, providing all year round abayas and kaftans. The current White Collection is an offering to working women who take pride in their careers and wish their abayas to be a translation of that. Her abayas are available till December this year, with a Ramadan and Eid collection to be launched in May.

Location: Al Kayal St., Al Rawdah Dist.
Mob: +966-540005915
E_mail: info@babushkastore.com
Instagram: babushka_store



“Honeycomb,” Nugash’s latest offering, is inspired by its namesake. Available till Ramadan, Mai Enani’s collection is a mix of casual smart abayas and subtly glamorous abayas, which are perfect for work purposes and events. This collection features hexagonal cells of honeycomb heavily throughout the pieces, with honeycomb droplets making appearances too.

Mob: +966-567072446 / +966-567072446
Instagram: nugash


Rana Ismail


Rana Ismail has established a reputation for being a designer who believes in bringing others together. Her collection offers subtle and soft bisht style linen abayas in various colors with embellished and semi-Aztec trimmings. Using previous fashion and design experiences, Rana Ismail creates stylish and modern yet sophisticated abayas for women who prioritize elegance and comfort.

Location: Abdul Maqsud Rd., Al Radwah Dist.
Mob: +966-540884744
Email: rana@libraboutique.com
Web: libraboutique.com
Instagram: rana_z_ismail / libraboutique


Layla Bisharah


Layla Bisharah created a brand that mixes glamor and sophistication to create chic abayas that focus on minimal designs. The label’s current monochrome collection highlights three colors; black, white and camel, with 3D plain, gold and beaded florals. Her next collection will be released before Ramadan and can be found at their boutique.

Location: Arafat Rd., Al Hamra Dist.
Mob: +966-545224440
Email: lbisharah@gmail.com
Instagram: layla_bisharah

Shada Bogari


Shada Bogari aims to create classic looks with contemporary details and edgy cuts. Her designs reflect the personality of a chic distinguished and classy Arab woman. Seeking to create fashionable elegant abayas for young and adult Arab females, her Victoria Summer/Eid collection 2015 and Ward collection for Spring 2016 are both available at her boutique.

Location: Al Amal Street, Al Nameem Dist.
Mob: +966-564646466
Website: shadabogari.com
Email: info@shadabogari.com
Instagram: shadabogari



Deadpool Film Review

Hilariously crude – it’s a must watch.

R- rated (Not particularly suitable for children)


  • Ryan Reynolds  – “ The Hero” aka Wade Wilson aka Deadpool
  • Morena Baccarin – aka Vanessa. You might recognize her from Gotham.
  • Ed Skrein – aka “The villain”

In case you happen to be one of the people who don’t keep track of Marvel’s endeavors, here is the official Deadpool trailer.

Note: You will need to sign into your YouTube account to watch the trailer, as it’s not suitable for children.

I’m a huge fan of Marvel Entertainment; I’ve dedicated time to watching every film and catching up on series. I loved Deadpool in X-men Origins: Wolverine and l was over the moon when word got out that they were giving him his very own film.

Released in Feb 2016, it is the highest grossing R- Rated film of all time, exceeding everyone’s expectations. Humor, adult language, action sequences and the featured X-men characters combined; make this film worth every second of watching time.


The film follows the story of Wade Wilson, who discovers he is dying of cancer and is consequently approached by a mysterious man – backed by Ajax, who offers him a way out. The way out being an experiment ends up giving him superpowers, but taking away his exceedingly good looks.

If you fell in love with chatty not-able-to-shut-up Deadpool in X-men Origins: Wolverine, you will fall even more deeply in love with him or end up hating his obnoxious guts in this film.

Film Nags:

  1. I didn’t really appreciate the fully CGI-ed Collosus; I found him fake and annoying; basically I wasn’t really into his scenes.
  2. In X-men Origins: Wolverine, Wade was already Deadpool in our present time. So it was a bit confusing to see his story begin in the present time too.

Film Favorites:

  1. Cab driver Dopinder, played byKaran Soniwas probably one of my most enjoyable characters. His innocence and then subsequent attempt at being badass was highly amusing to watch.

Deadpool Press Conference:

Ryan Reynolds on The Graham Norton Show:


Surat Al Kahf: An example of Allah’s offer of protection

Throughout our childhoods, our families, friends and teachers have always reminded us to read Surat Al Kahf – the 18th surat in the Quran- every Friday. Most of us already know why we do this Alhamdulillah, however it’s always worth a small reminder.

What makes the recitation of Surat Al Kahf important to us, as Muslims?

It was revealed in Mecca before Hijra, at a time when the Prophet SAW and his sahaba, were being prosecuted. It explores the theme of Allah’s protection for those who firmly believe in him and wholeheartedly accept Islam is their way of life, in the form of storytelling.

A test of Faith (Ayahs 9 – 26):
‘Al Kahf’ translates to the cave; which relays the story of the people of the cave ‘Ashab Al Kahf’. They believed in Allah, and were consequently ridiculed and prosecuted by their people. They fled and Allah protected them by putting them to sleep.Their iman in Allah was reaffirmed and they found that the people had accepted their faith too.
A test of Wealth (Ayahs 32 – 44):
The second story narrates the story of two men: one poor and one blessed with riches. The rich man boasts of his wealth and believes that is an everlasting blessing. One day, his gardens are ruined and it dawns upon him that he should have felt gratitude towards Allah for his blessings.
A test of Knowledge and Patience (Ayahs 60 – 82):
The third story is of Prophet Musa and Al Khidr; a person who was blessed with knowledge from Allah SWT. Prophet Musa asks Al Khidr to allow him to follow him on his path in life. Along the way, Musa questions Al Khidr’s decisions and actions, without patience.
A test of Power (Ayahs 83 – 98):
The final and fourth story is of that of Dhul Qarnayan and Yaajooj and Majooj ‘ Gog and Magog’. This story was revealed after the Jews suggested to people to ask the Prophet about the man who travelled from the east to the west, in order to confirm the Prophet’s truth in regards to him being a prophet sent by Allah.



Stories in the Surah Al Kahf – Mufti Ismail ibn Musa Menk

Lessons From Surah Al Kahf – Mufti Ismail ibn Musa Menk


International Day Of Happiness: Reasons For Being Happy In Saudi

As we celebrate the International Day of Happiness, on the 20/03/2016, it is only fit that we look at the blessings we have been given by Allah -SWT- and remember that happiness in not an eternal state, but moments that together create a feeling of inner happiness and content.

  • For the blessing of Islam.

  • To be blessed with the language of the Quran.

  • For being alive.

  • For having sunny weather all year around… unlike some countries that are forever freezing.


  • For the invention of Arabic coffee.


  • To be in a country that gives us a sense of safety.

  • To have longer holidays than everyone else in the world.

  • For having Bahrain, UAE, Oman, Qatar and Egypt so close to us.. The weekend is always popping.

  • For Sun Top and Al Beik.. National treasures.


  • For having a driver who is automatically the scapegoat.. everytime.. Bless him.

  • For garlic sauce.


  • For petrol still being cheap…


  • For Shawerma.


  • For Wanasah channel always keeping us in the right jaww.


  • For the shopping scene that never bores.

  • For The Corniche that always has enough patches of grass to accommodate everyone.


  • For Al Balad; nothing like walking in its streets.


  • For Obhur’s beaches. Thankfully, we don’t need to travel that far for a bit of tanning.



Career Fairs: Why They Are Important And How To Prepare For Them

Career fairs: Why are they important?

I’m sure many of us go through our student life, thinking about careers. I mean that is the whole point of studying; we’re trying to reach an end goal. You want to be able to stand proudly and say I graduated with this bachelors/masters or PhD. Your family want to place a graduation picture on their mantle and let everyone who comes by the house know that this is their child, who they are so proud of. The question we forget to ask amidst all of this is: are we happy with our choices? This is where career fairs come in extremely handy.

  • Career fairs allow you to see what is out there in the big world. What could you be doing, what you could possibly do in the future and these options have not necessarily crossed your mind. For example, I’ve known people who wanted to study medicine, they were so sure about this all through secondary year, only to decide last minute after visiting a career fair.. Hold on, I can go into finance instead.

  • Career fairs allow you to narrow down or focus your options. Some of us didn’t know what we wanted to do during our secondary years, like me. I was absolutely baffled by the concept of choosing one career and I felt uneasy because it seemed I was the only one who didn’t know what I wanted to do. Going to a career fair allowed me to see what I could do if I chose a particular degree, in my case English Language. I didn’t realise that I could basically go down any career path with my degree, since language is necessary in almost every industry.

  • Career fairs allow you to meet other individuals who are on the same boat as you. Fear not, nothing is set in stone and meeting people allows you to share experiences and to take in their experiences as you go around talking to professionals and other students.

  • Career fairs allow you to find potential/future jobs and internships. Speaking to the professionals there and letting them know about your qualifications, predicted grades etc. can open doors for you in ways you didn’t know. Some professionals or employers can be so impressed by you as a package, professionally and personally, they might even hire you on the spot or at least interview you right away.

  • Career fairs allow you to get a deeper look at your industry of interest. This allows you to see who are the big shots in that industry; how their packages differ, what benefits do they provide, what salary should you expect from them, what hopes of future promotions would be available to you, etc.

Photo Credit: gulfyellowpagesbusinessdirectory.wordpress.com

Photo Credit: gulfyellowpagesbusinessdirectory.wordpress.com

There’s no point talking about how important career fairs are if we don’t give you a couple of tips on how to be prepared. So here you go:

  1. Take a hard copy of your updated CV: hand these out to people of interest as you network during the day.

  2. Look professional: ladies; go easy on the makeup, the perfume and the bling. Men; no caps, hoodies and trainers. It’s all about showing them what you would look like if you worked with them and how you would fit in professionally. Trendy is not the key here.

  3. Chew gum before the fair: if you’re going to talk to many people, make sure your breath is fresh and don’t chew gum while talking to professionals, it’s not professional at all. This is something a lot of people skip, but it really does reflect on you.

  4. Have your answers ready: rehearse answers about your experience and qualifications at home, so you’re ready to shoot them out when someone asks without feeling nervous. You don’t want to be robotic, monotone or pushy, but you most definitely want to be confident.

  5. Smile: you want others to see that you are a warm person who they would enjoy working with.

Now if this has got you motivated to go out there to find your dream job and career, then you’ll be happy to know that UBT will be holding their very own career fair this week. From the 22nd – 24th March at the Hilton Hotel- Corniche. UBT career day 2016 will be running; hosted by Prince Mishaal Bin Majed Bin Abdul Aziz – Governor of Jeddah-, so register for the event( registration is mandatory for admission), read our tips and go show them what you have to offer.

Hilton Hotel:
Location: 7537 Al Kurnaysh Rd. , Al Shati’ dist., Jeddah
Tel: 920000490
Email: info@ubt.edu.sa
Web: ubt.edu.sa


GCC Traffic Week 2016: Saudi Arabia’s Seat-belt Campaign

The Gulf Traffic week has returned for its 32nd run, and it’s bigger and louder than ever. “Your decision determines your destiny” is this year’s slogan, as governments, businesses and organizations work together to raise an increased level of traffic safety awareness to GCC drivers.

In KSA: “ Hizamik..Amanik” “Your Belt..Your Safety”

The community-focused Mujtama3 Jameel established the Abdul Latif Jameel Initiative for Traffic Safety and went the extra mile this year, bringing in the support of popular community figures: footballers. With the stricter laws in The kingdom, enforcing significant fines to those who fail to wear them when driving; Mujtama3 Jameel compiled a video featuring the sportsmen highlighting why they believe individuals should take extra precautions in order to insure their and others’ safety by simply taking 5 seconds to wear their safety belt.

Recent Coverage:

Thursday’s Hilal VS Nasr Match:

On Thursday, the match mascot walked onto the field wearing the Seatbelt design T-shirt. Both football teams wore modified uniforms that also showed their seat-belts.

Macot picture

Football team

Top causes for road accidents in the GCC region:


Stats for road accident deaths in The Kingdom:

accident stats

Current Events:


Prince Mishaal Bin Majed Bin Abdu lAziz, Governor of Jeddah, with the help of Wasl Allah Al Harbi, Director of the Jeddah Traffic Department and the Western Region’s Seventh Private Military Police group and many other notable figures launched the GCC Traffic Week Exhibition at Al Andalus Mall this week. The exhibition is open to all members of the public, to raise awareness amongst them and to encourage drivers to think of others before risking peoples’ lives for unnecessary thrills.


Libra boutique’s Abaya Fashion Days 4: What To Expect

Libra Boutique, a fashion boutique that aims to provide a platform for other talented designers to exhibit and showcase their creations.

Libra will be hosting the final segment of their Abayah Fashion Days for this season. They will be hosting 23 designers on 1st -3rd March.


What to expect from the event:

  • Two stories filled with rails of abayas. If you’re like me and you fall in love over and over again with every beautiful abaya you meet; then prepare to be amazed.
  • Friendly designers. Each designer is usually standing close by to her collection; feel free to ask questions about their collection, their inspirations and their contact information. This way they can contact you when they have future launches and collections.
  • Libra hosts not only abaya designer, but also accessories like turbans, scarves and jewelry. Silver Basha and Samar Sign are definitely worth looking at.
  • English afternoon tea. Being a Brit myself, I am super excited about this. Noon the English tearoom, a sponsor, will be hosting a finger food buffet.
  • Rana Ismail, a co-founder of Libra and a designer in her own right, will also be showcasing her abayas.
  • This event is a great opportunity to meet local businesswomen, designers and professionals fro different industries. Take your business cards; they will come in handy.

Here’s a list of the designers who will be participating in this segment:

  • Manar Al Rawi 
  • Abayah boutique by Maha Al Khrajiy 
  • Ruba Al Dakhil 
  • Sahar Salama 
  • Sh Abaya 
  • Arwa store 
  • Tailor bird 
  • Nourah Alsaegh 
  • R’s Atelier 
  • Hiba Assaly 
  • Jilbab_nr 
  • Aureola 
  • Diamond Abaya 
  • Shada Bogari 
  • Wessam Abaya 
  • Samar Tammar 
  • Toile 
  • Meem 
  • Luna’s Abaya 
  • Nuha Abaya 
  • Rana Ismail 
  • Silver Basha
  • Samar Sign 
More Info

Tel: +966-12-6116335 / +966-540884744

Email: info@libraboutique.com

Location: Abdul Maqsood Khoja, Al Rawdah Dist.

Instagram: libraboutique