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Saudi Bridal Fashion Designers You Must Know

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Saudi Bridal Fashion Designers You Must Know

Arab brides have endless options and choices when it comes to finding their dream wedding dress.

In Saudi Arabia, not only are their so many amazing boutiques and bridal shops that offer a wide variety of bridal wear, but there are also some very talented fashion designers that are becoming known worldwide.


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Saudi fashion designers are proving that they are talented, creative, and professional, and they have become some of the top fashion designers in wedding dresses.

Here are some of our favorite Saudi fashion designers who create breathtaking wedding dresses:


Mohammed Ashi

Mohammed Ashi

Launched in 2007 in Beirut by the designer Mohammed Ashi, Ashi Studio established itself as a luxurious fashion house, rapidly gaining recognition as an illustrious label catering to a distinct clientele.

Aiming to garner praise in timeless and modern elegance, Ashi’s designs, through their sharp cut shapes and intricate details, present a classic update for the greatest codes of fashion.

The designer, who has a refined taste for all that art embodies, embraces embroidery to capture the essence of luxury and tell fairy tales through every meticulously handcrafted design.

Attached to his Arab roots yet inspired by diverse cultures, the designer brings life and a story to every creation he designs. He has redefined the realms of Haute Couture by masterfully sculpting every dress with ornate fabrics and embellishments transforming them into timeless pieces of art.


Today, Ashi Studio has not only imprinted its style in the Couture world but has also recaptured the essence of wearable art.

Razan Alazzouni

Razan Alazzouni

From an early age, Razan exhibited a strong passion for all things related to art. Born and raised in Saudi Arabia, however, Razan found herself in an environment not conducive to artistic creativity.

Determined to pursue her passion formally and further develop as an artist Razan applied to The School of Museum of Fine Arts and TUFTS University in Boston, Massachusetts where she spent her college years.

While there, she concentrated on sculpture, screen-printing, and papermaking. Running parallel to her passion for art all these years was Razan’s love of fashion. Since graduating, Razan has dedicated herself exclusively to this field and developing her own clothing line.

Rather than abandoning her art roots, Razan’s education paved the way for creating articles of clothing that are not only creative and original but sculptural as well and which heavily draw on her earlier influences.

Razan’s clothing is all about exuding the femininity, delicacy, and grace of the female form. Razan derives most of her inspiration from women themselves and their natural poise. Each piece in her collection is intended to show off its wearer in an elegant light while maintaining a sense of playfulness as well.

The use of soft luxurious textures is dominant and allows for movement in the clothes, which adds a whimsical quality to the collection. The combination of chiffon and silk lends to the idea of women as soft, ethereal beings, which only enhances their femininity. The unique hand-beaded pieces of the collection reflect the meticulousness, layers, and detail that have gone into creating each of Razan’s signature flowers. Razan’s pieces maintain sculptural and artistic integrity, as well as transport the wearer into the glamorous and sophisticated realm.

Check out our interview with the talented Razan here!

Reem Faisal

Reem Faisal

Reem Faisal is a couturier, specialized in the field of bridal and evening couture. After obtaining her degree in fashion design from Marymount University in VA, she pursued various endeavors in fashion retail as well as bespoke fashion internationally.

Reem has been the In-House bridal and couture designer for EVE Haute couture since 2007 and currently showcases her own Ready-To-Wear bridal label at EVE Boutique. Reem’s Bridal gowns and evening creations speak volumes on her understanding of fit, detail, precision and above all, quality.

“I aspire to revive the legacy of Parisian couture in the Middle East. In an era of speed and convenience, my approach gives clients the experience of true craftsmanship, with the practicality and efficiency of our current times”.

Read our exclusive interview with Reem Faisal here

Mashael Al Faris

Mashael Al Faris

Known for her love of classic designs and fashion, Mashael creates timeless wedding dresses for her special clients.

Mashael Al Faris is a Saudi fashion designer specialized in High-End brands, pret-a-porter, and haute couture.  Mashael asked to create a distinctive trademark that’s appropriate for the high-end and Haut-couture market.

She had an obvious love of fine details and simplicity. Basing the design on her initials opened the door for a growing series of relevant symbols that could be used for special events and promotions, adding visual interest and flexibility. 

Sakina Paris

Sakina Paris

A former student from L’École de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne, Sakina first built her technique at Chanel atelier, where she learned the art of embroidery and the rigor of Haute Couture.

Afterward, she entered Givenchy atelier as a pattern-maker for the ready-to-wear collections. Then, she met fashion designer Alexandre Vauthier in 2013 and started a year of collaboration. ​

In January 2017, she founded her own fashion house Sakina Paris located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. ​

Her wedding and Haute Couture collections are well-received by the international press, including Elle magazine and Marie-Claire magazine, and she started designing luxury ready-to-wear since 2018. ​

Sakina has presented her collections many prestigious events, such as Paris Fashion Week, Beirut Fashion Week and Festival de Cannes.

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