Introducing Nemozena: The DXB-based brand championing female empowerment

The luxe label is supporting feminine creativity by presenting an impressive art installation at Dubai Design Week
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Introducing Nemozena: The DXB-based brand championing female empowerment

Listen up, ladies, as there’s a brand-new, luxury label on our radar that’s Dubai-based and inspired by female empowerment.

Allow us to expand. Nemozena focuses on tailored yet easy-to-wear pieces made with such quality they will quickly become your luxury life essentials.

But what Grazia loves most about the womenswear brand – who insists each piece is created mindfully in Italy – is their mission to cater to women’s desires and simultaneously showcase the creativity and brilliance of female individuals around the world.

Highlighting this is Nemozena’s involvement in the upcoming creative festival Dubai Design Week. Here, the brand is investing and supporting feminine creativity by presenting an impressive art installation by acclaimed British artist Liz West, who aims to provoke a heightened sensory awareness through her works.

The super-cool project, named Aglow, consists of one hundred and sixty-nine hemispherical fluorescent coloured acrylic bowls, which are arranged on the ground in a hexagon shape and glow as if charged with electricity.

The individual basins also serve as rain catchers, adding an extra dimension to the work and another reflective surface in which to observe their vicinity.

“I was greatly inspired by Nemozena’s textures, patterns and shapes of the clothes,” Liz explains. “As a female artist I think is very important to be supported by brands like Nemozena, and to be given an opportunity like this.”

First presented at Paris Fashion Week in September, Nemozena will now debut Aglow for the Middle East audience before heading to Milan next year. Let’s glow, girls.

Aglow will be on display from 12 November to 17 November, at Dubai Design Week held at Dubai Design District (d3). See dubaidesignweek.ae for more information

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