AL REEM RAMADAN BAZAAR At WAFI MALL

AL REEM RAMADAN BAZAAR 2 returns to lights up WAFI MALL before Ramadan

Bold fashion and innovative collections from GCC designers drew thousands of visitors

WAFI Mall rang out once again with the sights and sounds of Al Reem Bazaar before the holy month Ramadan. After an incredibly successful first year, the celebration of fashion, beauty, accessories and more returned to WAFI Mall from June 4th to June 7th 2015.

Sponsored by WAFI, Al Reem Bazaar was set up in association with fashion guru and businesswoman Eman Al Falamerzi. Known for her innovative contemporary lines and ability to shape trends, Al Falamerzi has helped define the world of fashion in the UAE. The Bazaar is named after Al Falamerzi’s daughter Reem.

In 2015, the Bazaar once again gathered some of the most exciting talents of the Middle Eastern fashion scene, bringing WAFI Mall visitors a bonanza of fashion creations and Arabic perfumes. In 2014, Al Reem Bazaar was successful in pulling in 45,000 visitors over four days. 2015 was bigger and better, with over 30 local fashionunnamed[1]houses, startups and designers showcasing their wares to thousands.

“I’m delighted that Al Reem Bazar returned to WAFI Mall, and I thank the team there for their support and sponsorship. The idea was to showcase design talent from across the GCC, and combine the journey towards the auspicious month of Ramadan with a family destination of flair or creativity. The response the first year was fantastic, and Al Reem Bazar 2 came back by popular demand with a bigger line-up of home grown fashion and creativity,” Al Falamerzi said.

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