by Villa 88
  • 1 minute read
  • April 07, 2023
Fashion Commission Hosts Ramadan Pop-up Featuring Saudi 100 Brands

The Saudi Fashion Commission is hosting a Ramadan pop-up at Riyadh Front, which aims at promoting works by local creatives.

Running until 8 April, the event features around 200 designers with items on display spanning ready-to-wear, demi-couture, bridal, handbags, and jewellery, among other categories.

The Saudi 100 Brands programme supports the Kingdom’s businesses, providing them with the best tools to grow across the local and international markets. “The Saudi Fashion Commission gives a stage to Saudi voices and allows them to share their culture and talent with the world,” said Burak Çakmak, CEO of the Fashion Commission. “Through our Ramadan pop-up shop, we’re committed to supporting their business growth while showcasing their unique designs.”

The initiative offers masterclasses, workshops, one-on-one mentorship sessions, and professional development delivered by industry leaders. “We welcome everyone to come and witness how special these one-of-a-kind collections are,” stated Burak.

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