The more I go into my blog drafts, the more I discover unpublished articles. Partially because blogging was never a full time thing for me and partially because I got so busy since I delivered. Now that my life is back on track, I wanted to share with you some of the news that you may have missed, or news that you have heard of but never heard the story behind it from me. Here’s a throwback on how I saw Eloise Mumford blossoming in AIISHA RAMADAN Couture.
A woman I looked forward to seeing every week for years, Teri Hatcher wore my very own couture draped green dress! I’m thrilled and honored as I truly love Teri. She’s so elegant and more importantly a human being that her fans look up to.
The Desperate Housewives star attended the LA Children’s Hospital recently looking super glamorous, elegant and gorgeous. Teri wore an AIISHA Couture dress from our hand-draped collection in a rich green hue. Two people in particular made me so proud by wearing my draped collection, Raya Abirached and Meagan Good. Now Teri certainly is one of … Read more...
“She walks in beauty, like the night of cloudless climes and starry skies and all that’s beat of dark and bright meet in her aspect and her eyes”
Lord Byron 1814
Legends and folklore, myths and tales, Scotland is the home of storytelling. Having inspired the imagination of some of the world’s most famous poets and authors from Robert Burns to Robert Louis Stephenson, this is the land where the peoples beauty shines through their traditions, history and heritage. A fascinating country where they walk proud, where individuality is strength and beauty is in abundance, the freedom to inspire and
While each person sees beauty in their own way, I see it in the surface of water and listen to it in the sound of wind hitting the tree branches. I take real pleasure in staring at human’s pupil and compare its beauty to a land with lines of rivers and mountains. I appreciate the complex process that results in a experiment of different colors.
This collection embraces the Primrose Path of everything beautiful I see, feel and breathe.
Like a movie in my head, I saw the high contrast of colors, characters experimenting with their bodies, one’s side and
I had the pleasure of virtually meeting the www.al-sahafa.us Editor-in-chief Ms. Fatina Salaheddine on Twitter, who planned my interview with Rosanna Akhavan. It was a very light and transparent conversation and it felt like I’ve known Rosanna forever!
Its quite detailed and put together in a very lovely way. Read on..
Thank you Fatina and Rosanna for such a lovely interview!