Doha Festival City’s Exclusive Fashion TV Pays Tribute to Qatar’s Fashion Culture
Doha Festival City concludes 2020 with three new FFTV episodes, showcasing the diversity of Qatar’s Fashion culture and Doha Festival City’s offer, as well as the exciting memories of November’s Fashion Festival.
The 13 December episode presented a recap of Doha Festival City’s Fashion Month featuring the latest Fall-Winter collections across casual, office, evening, special occasion, and modest fashion.
The episode showcased a series of interviews featuring the Fashion Show guests where they shared their impressions and excitement about the first fashion shows held in the country since the beginning of the pandemic, marking Doha Festival City’s post-crisis return to Qatar’s fashion events scene.
For its 20 December episode, FFTV invited Rowayda Kawji, a modest fashion creator and connoisseur to visit Kashkha, a leading modest fashion retailer. Rowayda shared her insights on modest fashion trends, explored Kashkha’s latest Fall-Winter collection, showcasing the brands’ diverse offer of hijabs and outfits for everyday and special occasions.
Founded three decades ago, Kashkha offers affordable and stylish outfits for self-confident muslimas, providing a large choice of hijabs and scarfs, jalabiyas and dresses, kimonos, trousers, and nightwear. Its recent collection features ‘Let it Sparkle’ and ‘Golden Delightful’ lines, allowing shoppers to find the perfect modest outfit for any special occasion.
The last episode of 2020 will be released on Sunday, 27 December, hosted by Lebanese influencer Maria Betty Mansour. She will explore Aura, a luxury store offering evening and special occasion dresses. She will also share her inspiration for the most splendid New Year’s outfit to ring in 2021 in style. A multi-brand store, Aura has a selection from renowned international designers and for all types of special occasions, including weddings, gala dinners, and red-carpet events. Aura is part of the Bianca Nera Group, that holds several renowned brands and more than 25 branches across the world.
Doha Festival City General Manager Robert Hall said they are delighted to release the latest episodes of Festival Fashion TV to close what may be considered a ‘monumental’ year. He said that the December series perfectly reflect the diversity of Qatar’s community, tastes and styles, in addition to sharing the recap of the biggest 2020 Fashion highlight – Doha Festival City’s Fashion Month.
The first year of FFTV has been a success, and we will continue presenting new episodes in 2021, discovering our unique offer and the most fashionable personalities to the Qatar community.
Doha Festival City is home to more than 430 fashion and beauty retailers, including brands that have made their debut in Qatar exclusively at Doha Festival City. Through offering a myriad of brands, unique offering, and loyalty programmes, Doha Festival City is committed to bringing the ultimate fashion experience to its shoppers, with the latest collections brought exclusively to Qatar, and a unique offer of dining and entertainment.
Following the preventative measures set out by the State, Doha Festival City implements stringent health and safety measures throughout the mall for staff and visitors. These measures include a thorough mall disinfection treatment on a weekly basis, robust cleaning, and sanitisation operations during mall trading hours. A total of 127 hand sanitising stations have been installed in areas that have commonly touched surfaces.
Doha Festival City is open Saturday to Wednesday, 10 am to 10 pm, and Thursday to Friday, 10 am to 11 pm. Children of all ages are now allowed to enter the mall.
For updates and more information, visit dohafestivalcity.com or call 4035 4444. All FFTV episodes will also be broadcasted on Doha Festival City’s YouTube channel every Sunday.