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Last Chance to Catch the 12th Heya Arabian Fashion Exhibition!

This is your last chance to catch the five-day Heya Arabian Fashion Exhibition, featuring more than 150 abaya and modest fashion brands from Qatar and around the world.

Complementing a wealth of quality Qatari collections, brands from the Middle East, Central America, Europe, Asia and North Africa are participating in the show.

New and returning brands are also available to shoppers: Bocan and Lale Devri from Turkey; May Sobh Couture and Samar Secret from Lebanon; Doris Dorothea from Indonesia; Nirraamyaa and KD Boutique from India; Caftan lalla Salman and Ayahs Kaftan from Morocco, Pineda Covalin from Mexico, Luna’s Abaya, Wlns Cashmere and Soya Eyewear from Italy, and Perret Schaad from Germany.

Adding depth to this year’s programme, partnership forged with Italian, German and Mexican embassies featured catwalk shows, fora and workshops, to help nurture and develop local design talent. These activities acted as a general introduction to the fashion industry.

Heya Arabian Fashion Exhibition is Qatar’s biggest platform for contemporary Arabian fashion creations. Launched in 2007, it has grown to attract exhibitors from across the GCC and beyond to showcase the very best Gulf-designed clothes and accessories. Organised by Qatar Tourism Authority and delivered by Design Creationz, Heya forms part of Qatar’s business and tourism plans while developing the country’s growing exhibition and conference sector.

For more information on the 12th edition of the Heya Arabian Fashion Exhibition, visit their website at heya.qa. You can also follow Heya on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and YouTube. Visitors can also download the Heya mobile app to stay up-to-date with events and easily navigate brands and goods on offer.

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