To launch our new summer collection, we set out exploring, from coast to coast. Along the way we met truly amazing people (like you). Brave and loving, funny and powerful, complex and strong. You are Gap. And this is our portrait of an American summer. #IAmGap A post shared by Gap (@gap) on May 2, […]
For those of you who can’t travel to Dubai’s Global Village, AIESEC Egypt is giving you an Egyptian alternative this Thursday!
AIESEC, the world’s pioneering organization for encouraging cultural exchange programs and opportunities, and the second biggest international organization after the United Nations, is officially extending an invitation to everyone – and we mean everyone – to their Global Village Event happening this Thursday, April 6th, 2017. The event will begin at 12 pm […]
With hijabi models rocking Yeezy’s runway and Anniesa Hasibuan’s dresses at New York Fashion Week, the veil that was once a taboo in the Western world is now celebrated. Ohio-based tween brand, Justice, just announced its latest theme “See Yourself in Justice.” With over 900 Justice stores around the world, including the UAE, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, […]
Amidst world politics that made millions feel worthless, homeless and hopeless, Canada takes it one step further with diversity. The Molson Coors Brewing Company is a multinational brewing company, formed in 2005, and it is the world’s seventh largest brewer by volume. The company just moved people to tears with their latest ad, showing us […]
The ‘Prince of Egypt’ cartoon some of us knew as kids (the one about Moses) has been turned into a musical, and a free concert reading of the new musical was cancelled after artists and fans criticized the casting, according to the New York Times. The concert was to take place this month […]
No one is perfect. I mean, yeah, we’re pretty damn awesome, but at the end of the day, Arabs are far from perfect. Many of our faults lie in our silly old ideologies. Some of these notions are being cemented by some of the most obscene phrases. I present them below, but I’m not one […]