13.11 2018 12:22h

Nina Zandnia is Launching Her Newest Collection

The Dubai-based influencer will be showing her line at Arab Fashion Week next weekend
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Nina Zandnia (@ninazandnia) is releasing her new collection - and we couldn't be more excited for her!

On Nov 24 at Arab Fashion Week, she'll showcase her  Pre-Fall Winter 2019/20 collection at 8pm at a location in City Walk. 

Zandnia is a TV presenter, lifestyle and fashion blogger. She is known for her feminine style and claims her second collection is inspired by her family. She highlights that it was her mother’s grace and her grandmother’s elegance - combined with her European and Persian background - that influenced the designers of her soon-to-be-revealed collection. 

She hopes to help ambitious, goal-setting women stay on trend and dress stylishly while maintaining their lifestyle as independent, career women. Her clothing line is carried at Galleries Lafayette. 

Zandnia also has plans to launch a new e-commerce fashion website, that will go live the same day as the fashion show.

Interested in attending the fashion show? RSVP HERE!

Will you attend Arab Fashion Week? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Written by: Doa'a El Khouly Image credit: Instagram 

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