Harper’s Bazaar Arabia celebrates resilience and reflection in new Ramadan issue
Harper’s Bazaar Arabia is exploring the new reality that the coronavirus pandemic has left the world of fashion and lifestyle here in the Middle East.
The brand talked to twelve designers, including the likes of Elie Saab, Alice Temperley and Mary Katrantzou, about how they see the world post COVID-19.
Elsewhere, the team looked into ‘The Covers That Never Were’, celebrating some of the magazine’s most iconic shoots to re-imagine what the covers could – or should – have looked like.
The issue also takes a look at Saudi Arabia, with a foreword by Her Royal Highness Princess Reema bint Bandar Al Saud, in a follow-up to the stereotype-shattering feature, ‘Under the Abaya’.
You can read an introduction to the new issue by Harper’s Bazaar Arabia’s Editor-in-Chief right here.
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