Last year I purchased about 12 of Sami Amin genuine leather and hand-made bags. That was no ordinary customer’s order. The fact is that it was a gift to myself and an appetizer to a totally new direction in my fashion career. Though I had the vision nearly from the start, I wasn’t sure about how the Egyptian designer behind the brand Sami Amin, would feel about it.
Thankfully, the designer and his team were very receptive but weren’t sure about how mixing both our DNA’s will look. Mine is as you may know, swings by a lot of Swarovski … Read more...
When I saw pictures of SAMI AMIN bags and accessories, I couldn’t make up my mind on whether I’ll love them or I’ll pass. Don’t get me wrong, the designs themselves are beautiful and seemed to be rustic. With all honesty, while I’m quite hasty in passing on my judgement on products I see in photos, SAMI AMIN’s left me waiting for more. So I took my chance and made an order from his ‘Sky Collection’ inspired by the Nut, the Egyptian sky goddess.
The story of this week’s most talked about jumpsuit
The taste of the pure Parisian rain was the inspirational sense behind this royal blue stretch crepe jumpsuit from our AIISHA ‘Senses’ collection for Fall 2016. With its black outlining lines running down its plunging neckline, this look is both bold and clean. Few can handle it. It requires an equally bold yet pure personality, a Parineeti Chopra one.
Photo courtesy of Voompla.com
Parineeti Chopra moves our ‘Senses’
For the ‘Dream Team’ promo shoot, Parineeti Chopra rocked this AIISHA jumpsuit showing off her curves and complimenting her warm skin tone with … Read more...
Actress Paula Patton arrived at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards in style and pure elegance wearing a white couture gown by my own label Aiisha.
The actress who was on hand to present an award for the night stunned in the hand embroidered gown with opaque white crystals and antique gold leaves. Patton completed her ensemble with green earrings and a gold clutch.
Thank you Paula and Style PR for the lovely placement
The final challenge for the Faces “Wojooh Jamalek” competition on MBC TV was all about passion. The contestants were given the freedom to create anything, even draw on the body.
The results didn’t do it for me and were in fact slightly disappointing.
Lina gave me the perfect face makeup emphasizing on simplicity and practiced her calligraphy skills by writing a poem verse by Nizar Kabbani about Baghdad – her hometown. I just wondered where did all the great work that I’ve seen from her across the weeks go?