Not Your Average Labels: M7 Opens First Retail Pop-Up Store
M7 invites the public to discover a curated collection for women and men by local and GCC designers
M7 recently launched its first-ever pop-up store that showcases brands across different categories of clothing and accessories.
M7, known for its commitment to design excellence, introduces this curated space highlighting emerging labels from Qatar and the GCC region. The pop-up store will remain open until 3 November.
M7’s retail pop-up promises a refreshing perspective in design, featuring a carefully curated collection encompassing ready-to-wear, womenswear, menswear, abayas, accessories, and watches.
Visitors can explore and shop the latest creations from a selection of visionary designers based in Qatar, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and France. In addition, M7 is collaborating with artists and designers to raise funds for people affected by the ongoing crisis in Gaza with proceeds going to Qatar Red Crescent.
According to M7 Director Maha Al Sulaiti, the M7 pop-up store is not just a retail space but an experience that brings together creativity, innovation and a diverse range of design perspectives.
We are excited to offer this platform for emerging and established designers and to showcase the breadth of talents we have in the country and the region.
Among the featured designers are
- Maryam Essa Al Boainain: Marpholio (elegant womenswear brand)
- Fatma Alsulaiti: MEDD (feminine and urban collection)
- Roudha Al Mazroei: Circle O Studio (functional and stylish sportswear brand
- Bashair Hassan Al Emadi: Dollab Line (womenswear)
- Dana Hassan Al Emadi (distinctive womenswear creations)
- Haya Al Adsani: Harlienz (unique abaya designs)
- Ghada Al Subaey: 1309 Studios (minimalist womenswear brand)
- Nouf Al Mulla: LIN
- Juwaher collaborates with FJ Design (womenswear)
- Ebtesam Alhjaji: Soleil (abaya, womenswear brand)
- Wadha: Wadha (unique womenswear collection)
- Nurwear: Nurwear (contemporary flair)
- Ahmed Al Motawa: TIMEPIECE (watch brand)
- Amna Al Mesnad: TRZI (abayas that blur the lines between Qatari cultural attire and global fashion)
- Dana: Essentials by D (abaya, kaftan and travel wear)
- Maryam Al-Khalaf: Gema (jewellery that expresses class, femininity and a certain mystery)
The shop will also have regional and international designers, including Dana Juma, Ghalia Juma and Maria Juma’s abaya brand Sekka38; the womenswear brand CHI-KA, which fuses Middle Eastern sensibility and Japanese aesthetics; and Manaal Al Hammadi’s comfort and movement-focused womenswear brand manaalalhammadi from the UAE.
Brands hailing from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia include REALSELF by Nouf Al Hazmi and Fahad Al Jomiah’s streetwear brand1886, two creative brands that reimagine streetwear; and Mona Al Shebil and her unique self-named womenswear brand.
The shop will also stock the French brand Olympia Le-Tan, specialising in luxury clutch bags which are famous for adapting literary classics books, art pieces, film covers, music albums and other cultural pieces into their designs.
The pop-up can be found at Gallery 2, Floor 2 of the M7 building in Msheireb Downtown Doha, from 10 am until 10 pm, Saturday to Thursday, and on Friday, from 4 pm to 11 pm.
To keep up with the latest at M7, visit m7.org.qa.
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