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12 of the Best Ramadan 2022 Capsule Collections for Iftar and Suhoor Gatherings

12 of the Best Ramadan 2022 Capsule Collections for Iftar and Suhoor Gatherings

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With Ramadan 2022 just around the corner, come the exclusive capsule collections from some of the biggest fashion houses as well as high-end brands. Having spent the Holy Month in the past two years with Covid-19 restrictions, this year, Ramadan will once again be celebrated with festive gatherings for iftar and suhoor that call for dressing up.

Below, discover the best capsule collections from luxury labels, high-end brands, and local designers with exclusive pieces worth investing in this Ramadan.
Christian Louboutin 
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An ode to Louboutin’s love for nature, gardening, and landscape design, the collection offers pieces for both men and women in lush green hues.
Dior
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Dior’s handbags and small leather goods are always a winning final touch to every fit. For Ramadan, the French luxury brand has introduced timeless dazzling pieces.
Salvatore Ferragamo 
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Salvatore Ferragamo has re-introduced its iconic Gancini bag for Ramadan 2022, but with a metallic twist in Flamingo Rose. Combining glamorous and sparkling pieces within their Ramadan collection, there is a piece for every occasion.
Louis Vuitton
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Louis Vuitton embraces emerald green as its color for the holy season as a symbol of class, hope, prosperity, and peace. Alongside introducing ready-to-wear pieces for the occasion for the first time, the brand has also reimagined its Capucines Mini bag in a matte black and python green.
Leem
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The Saudi label’s exclusive collection for Ramadan is inspired by the Lunar calendar of the month and its religious stages (mercy, forgiveness, and safety), to feature kaftans in a contemporary color palette and modern cuts.
Mango 
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Mango‘s Ramadan offering features vibrant and playful pieces that add a contemporary twist to modest clothing—from jumpsuits to tailored suits.
Anthropologie
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Anthropologie’s ready-to-wear collection includes a selection of colorful wrap dresses, comfortable jumpsuits, stylish blouses, and flowy trousers that are ideal for hotter days.
Tony Burch 
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The Tony Burch Ramadan capsule captures the festive essence of the month in metallic gold and royal blue handbags with gold rope chains.
Michael Kors
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The Michael Kors Ramadan collection is comprised of 11 timeless pieces from handbags to scarves, bracelets, and belts—all in a rich blue color.
Tommy Hilfiger 
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Tommy Hilfiger celebrates Ramadan with a pastel-hued collection of breezy dresses, kaftans, and jumpsuits with gold accents.
Burberry 
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Inspired by constellations, sunsets, sunrises, and starry nights of Ramadan, Burberry has launched a collection of glistening pieces just in time for Ramadan.
Bottega Veneta 
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Available on Ounass, Bottega Veneta’s limited-edition Ramadan offering features three of the fashion house’s iconic pieces reimagined in three distinct colors, including gold.
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Net-A-Porter Launches its Most Expansive Ramadan Edit to Date

Net-A-Porter Launches its Most Expansive Ramadan Edit to Date

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Online fashion luxury retailer Net-a-Porter has launched its most expansive Ramadan edit to date. Powered by localization capabilities, the newest collection takes into account data insights that show an increased demand not only for regional talent but also more inclusive sizing, new tailoring, and more lifestyle products, bringing a 30% increase in the number of exclusive designs in the Ramadan edit in comparison to last year. The most coveted regional ready-to-wear brands including Reem Acra and Taller Marmo, are joined by homeware brands such as Nimerology as well as fine jewelry brands like Ananya.
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Over the last few years, Net-a-Porter has been bolstering its link to the Middle East through continuous localization efforts promoted by Net-a-Porter Arabi. With numerous opinion leaders highlighting Arab women’s triumphs and ambitions alongside successful launches of designers like Elie Saab, Net-a-Porter aims to broaden their offering.
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For its seventh Ramadan campaign, Net-a-Porter’s enlisted a team of local talent who took the shots in the passageways of Dubai’s Al Fahidi District. The picturesque location pays homage to Ramadan festivities and nostalgia through dramatic silhouettes and Arabesque characteristics. The upcoming edit will feature exclusives from Elie Saab, Marchesa Notte, Rasario, Reem Acra, and many more, giving customers a unique edit of the collections in time for the Holy Month.
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Highlights include Taller Marmo’s successful ‘one size’ pieces, kaftans, and breezy occasionwear silhouettes, while Jenny Packham and Marchesa Notte present statement designs as floor-skimming dresses and regal capes. Reem Acra and Oscar De La Renta are also offering an upgrade to the structured kaftan that can be worn through Eid.
Nisreen Shocair, CEO Yoox Net-a-Porter, Middle East commented, “Two years into the journey of Net-a-Porter Arabi, we’re finally heading towards our north star. This Ramadan campaign offers a message of inclusivity, optimism and kindness. All of which represent the sustainable values of the Holy Month. The exclusive product offering this year is bigger and more colorful than ever to truly capture the spirit of the occasion.”
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