It’s finally done! Here are the pieces from my latest collection: Tutu Croisé Pirouette Arabesque Arabesque colours Arabesque embellished collars Adagio Avant Travesti – white Travesti – black Travesti- light blue Available next week in s*uce stores in Dubai and … Continue reading
My SS12 collection, “Flucture” by Hafsa Lodi was recently released in s*uce boutiques across Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and I’ve just completed producing a follow-up collection of shirts with embellished collars. I took the basic design of the “Nada top,” … Continue reading
Today, I finally got around to shooting the lookbook for my new collection, “Flucture” by Hafsa Lodi, with the gorgeous model Carlijn Lap! Here are some of the behind-the-scenes photos taken from phones: The Gotham City-meets-Dubai collection incorporates traditional Arab … Continue reading
In 2010, I entered the S*uce “Design a Dress” contest on a whim, and was overjoyed to hear my design was shortlisted! It inspired me to design my own line of clothing. Photo Courtesy of s*uce This year, the design … Continue reading
I’m really excited to announce that my upcoming collection will soon be completely ready! Expect lots of black lace, studs, pearls, dramatic collars and monochrome prints! “Like” the Facebook Page to stay updated.
Front: Black, white and pink floral-print cotton. Back: off-white lace, lined. Neckline: pearls.
A preview of this new design competition was posted a few days ago, and after days of planning, the Bras for a Cause team has finally launched the website, providing details for the eager designers wishing to take part (that includes me)! Artists, students, graphic designers, illustrators, bloggers, breast cancer survivors and influential Middle Eastern figures are invited to participate in this campaign to support breast cancer survivors and organizations in the region.
This competition, pioneered by One Wig Stand and Fustany.com, aims to fill the region’s existing fashion hole, as many women in the Middle East who have been affected by breast cancer are unable to find comfortable, affordable and fashionable bras to wear that will accommodate prostheses.