Meera Adnan, the Palestinian-owned, Gaza-based fashion label, launched a limited-edition capsule collection inspired by 80s Palestinian women's dramatic style. The eponymous brand uses its label to intersect cultural strength with high fashion, thereby illustrating the power of creative expression.
The collection features five 80s styled pieces, including navy colored blazer, a navy trouser, a long jacket dress, and unisex blazers in green and pistachio. Made with woolen fabrics, these pieces boast puff sleeves and complimenting silhouettes. In addition, the capsule includes two prints from the creative brand's COVID-19 project titled 'Where Are You Going?.'
Meera Adnan combines elegant and modern styles into a unique twist. The capsule's aesthetic merges feminity with masculinity to create a versatile and inclusive high-fashion assemble.
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Meera Adnan's Capsule Merges Feminine and Masculine Styles
1. 80s-inspired Fashion - Brands can incorporate 80s style elements to create unique and nostalgic collections.
2. Gender-neutral Fashion - Designers can merge feminine and masculine styles to create versatile and inclusive fashion options.
3. Cultural Intersectional Fashion - Brands can intersect cultural strength with high fashion to create edgy and unique collections.
1. Fashion - Fashion businesses can explore unique and versatile fashion options that merge different styles and cultural elements.
2. Textile - Textile companies can collaborate with fashion labels to create unique woolen fabrics with different textures.
3. Art and Design - Art and design companies can collaborate with fashion brands to create unique prints and patterns that compliment their capsule collections.