Abaya designer Amal Murad: Part 1

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Amal Murad, one of the UAE’s leading fashion abaya designers speaks to AB TV about her rise in the world of fashion.

 

She also describes what it feels like to partner with world renowned French jewellery brand Van Cleef and Arpels and to be the judge of one of MBC’s most popular shows Arwa Abaya.

 

Amal’s abayas from her label Redaa have been showcased on the catwalks of Rome Fashion Week, Dubai Fashion week, Abu Dhabi and Beirut. Redaa which means decency in Arabic was chosen by Amal as she believes "you can be decent but again you can be trendy and elegant".

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