DUBAI: One other day, one other Kylie Jenner co-sign for rising Egyptian purse label Aliel. The truth tv star and wonder mogul was seen championing the up-and-coming Arab model for the third time over the weekend.
This time, Jenner selected the model’s Ghalia bag in orange to raise her Kim Shui Studio tie high and skirt. The 23-year-old accessorized her outfit with strappy, translucent Gianvito Rossi pumps and dainty gold Christian Dior jewellery.
It seems that Aliel’s Ghalia bag is a go-to going out accent for Jenner. She was first noticed rocking the Egyptian purse label again in August. She opted for a salmon-colored quantity to attend singer Justine Skye’s twenty fifth birthday bash at Justin and Hailey Bieber’s Beverly Hills residence and wore the geometric bag once more simply a few weeks later, in September.
The designer, Leila Abo Tira, beforehand advised Arab Information: “I all the time dreamed that someday Aliel could be celebrated globally.”
And it seems that her desires are slowly coming true. The label’s luxurious designs have additionally been sported by US actress Joey King and Egyptian mannequin and actress Salma Abu Deif in latest weeks.
Aliel — an ananym of Leila — was based by the Cairo-based designer in 2017 after the 29-year-old advertising graduate left her company profession behind to pursue her love of style.
Abo Tira, who hails from a household who’ve been within the leather-manufacturing enterprise for many years, has launched 5 handcrafted collections thus far – Ghalia is the fifth – and is getting ready to launch her first footwear assortment quickly.
The Ghalia assortment options leather-based luggage with two handles – one that includes pure agate stones and the opposite a protracted gold chain.
The bag, priced at $320, is offered out on the model’s web site as are the opposite seven kinds, nevertheless, those that want to take a mode cue from Jenner will likely be happy to know that there are a number of kinds accessible on Eastwave Idea — a digital pop-up idea that helps an array of designers from the Center East and North Africa.