Our Favourite Times Queen Bey Herself Rocked Arab Designers

Sarah Alblowi 

Who runs the world? Apparently, it’s Arab designers lately!

Queen Bey is no doubt on every designer’s bucket list and playlist! How would you react if Beyoncé wore your garment? This just proves the creativity and hard work of Arab designers. Diversity is the new fashion word, and Middle Eastern culture has been the sweet spot.

It’s clear that Beyoncé simply can’t get enough of Arab designers. 

Nicholas Jebran

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Good news for the beehive! Beyoncé just announced her Netflix documentary where she talks about everything between health, pregnancy, and her weight loss journey before Coachella. In the cover, the eye-catching headpiece was by Lebanese Haute Couture Designer Nicholas Jebran. 

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We’re not surprised since the curvy beauty wore a Grammys dress in 2018 on the dress carpet also by him. To wear a dress to such a big event in the music industry, it’s a big deal! 

Death By Dolls

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The Los Angles-based Saudi brand has been the queen’s favorite. With an already booming fashion CV of dressing A-listers, the urban street style full of latex, neons, and bodysuits definitely captured her attention. To read our article on the brand, click here


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The biggest Egyptian luxury bag brand has received some love from the icon and we can’t stop weeping over it. The bright red leather belt bag was an edgy addition to a simple outfit. This is not the first time, and if it’s Beyoncé approved, you know you need it! 

Azzi & Osta

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This drop-dead gorgeous gown was a costume made by Lebanese Designers duo George Azzi & Assaad Osta. Worn to the pre-goal dinner in the big apple, the long sleeve ruffled thigh-high gown was topped with a tilted beret hat. 

Sarah’s Bag

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A great bag with greater meaning. This Lebanese fashion house for luxury handmade bags empowers women. Besides the vibrant Arabian designs, the brand supports ex-female prisoners. It’s hard enough to live with the stigma of being incarcerated. Naturally, it’s difficult to get a job and get back on your feet when it’s socially rejected. 


WE SAID THIS: A big pat on the back to these amazing designers.