Eid Abaya collection inspired by Sheikh Zayed Mosque
Collection by Dubai brand Endemage uses silver and gold embroidery based on iconic chandeliers and floral motifs in mosques
For the occasion of Eid Al Fitr, Dubai-based clothing brand Endemage has created an Abaya collection inspired by the Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi and the Grand Mosque in Oman. The collection, an extension to the Ramadan Capsule line, boasts patterns and embroidery inspired by the mosques’ architecture. It also translated style elements that symbolise the mosques’ large, iconic chandeliers and floral motifs. Known for using traditional hand-embroidery techniques, the brand applied silver and gold embroidery. It also opted for light and natural fabrics that would work well in the heat of the Middle East. Meaning "the merging of two," Endemage was launched by Omani sisters Lubna and Nadia in 2010. Their goal was to create a range of high end women's wear and Arab fashion while offering an edgier and more modern take on upscale dressing. The Endemage brand incorporates dresses, evening gowns and more traditional Arabic styles into their collection, regularly drawing inspiration from traditional Omani designs.