What you should be wearing this Ramadan

In celebration of their shiny new ready-to-wear offering, Tryano has created an exclusive Ramadan collection by some of our favourite local designers
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What you should be wearing this Ramadan

From left: Earrings, Dhs390; bracelet, Dhs960, both Kenneth Jay Lane. Kaftan, Dhs1,800 MOUNAY. Necklace, Dhs810, Kenneth Jay Lane. Kaftan, Dhs2,500, MOUNAY, all at Tryano


“Our Ramadan collection has always been one of our most important collections throughout the year. Being situated in the heart of the Middle East and having the pleasure of catering to the modern Arab woman, we get a lot of demand for modest clothing in our store during the season, so we really wanted to cater to this audience and extend our offering to show the world how elegant modest clothing can be. This year, we have designed a full capsule Ramadan collection that consists of modest kaftans with a Bambah twist.” Maha Abdul Rasheed - Bambah Founder and Designer

Kaftan, Bambah. Bag, Moni & J. Shoes, Dhs480, Sam Edelman.

“We are pleased to be part of Tryano’s Ramadan edit, featuring one-of-a-kind pieces crafted from the finest artisan-made Japanese silks. CHI-KA’s edit includes elegant, loosely cut kimonos, kaftans, dresses, and abayas, blending a Japanese aesthetic with Middle-Eastern sensibility.” Nina Valjarevi - CHI-KA Co-Founder and Director

Kaftan, CHI-KA.

“We’re very happy to share our latest creations for Ramadan at one of the leading department stores in the capital. This collection embodies femininity and ultra-elegance seen in the colour palette, soft fabrics, and our signature hand-embroidery work decorating these seasonal pieces.” Lubna Al Zakwani - Endemage Creative Director

Kaftan, Endemage. Earrings, Dhs190, Kenneth Jay Lane.

“This season I was inspired by the life of Princess Gayatri Devi, the last Maharani of Jaipur, and the rich cultures of India. Gayatri Devi was not only a princess but also a style icon and a politician who wasn’t afraid to forge her own path. In the kaftan collection, we’ve used bright yellows, pastel blues and vibrant purples that are juxtaposed with pretty vintage Italian crochet cuffs, while vibrant floral folkloric embroideries emphasise the celebratory nature of Holy Month.” Zayan Ghandour - Founder and Designer of Zayan the Label

Kaftan, Zayan The Label. Earrings, Dhs390, Kenneth Jay Lane.

  • All available in store at Tryano, Abu Dhabi or online at tryano.com

Photos: Courtesy of Tryano