Inspired by chandeliers and architecture, Endemage sisters create masterpieces that are evocative of the regions’ rich cultural tapestry
The Endemage deign duo took inspiration form the chandeliers and architecture of the Grand Mosque in Oman and the floral prints seen in The Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi for the season of Ramadan.
Known for their traditional hand-embroidery techniques, the sisters, Lubna and Nadia Al Zakwani, used soft pastel colors embellished with silver and gold embroidery. Featuring light and natural fabrics that would work well in the heat of the Middle East, the cuts were kept loose and simple.
Here’s a quick peek…