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HAMA

HAMA

HAMA has been described as “one of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah’s favorite designes” in the Daily Mail newspaper; and “Royalty Designer” after dressing Her Majesty Queen Mathilde; Queen of Belgium in the same year, only one year from launching her eponymous brand.

Hinnawi was always inspired by the Palestinian and Jordanian dress, or ‘Thobe’ in arabic, that represents various types of emotions through its unique and beautiful stitches. From pain, to happiness, struggle, to success, one embroidered dress tells a story of decades. HAMA donates 20% of her profits to people in need at refugee camps. Every collection has a special story to share.

Due to her humanitarian efforts, Hinnawi was nominated for the Arab woman of the year award in London.

You wear a very unique handmade piece like no one else, tells story of a nation, and you help educate unprivileged refugee women.

HAMA has been described as “one of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah’s favorite designes” in the Daily Mail newspaper; and “Royalty Designer” after dressing Her Majesty Queen Mathilde; Queen of Belgium in the same year, only one year from launching her eponymous brand. Hinnawi was always inspired by the Palestinian and Jordanian dress, or ‘Thobe’ in arabic, that represents various types of emotions through its unique and beautiful stitches. From pain, to happiness, struggle, to success, one embroidered dress tells a story of decades. HAMA donates 20% of her profits to people in need at refugee camps. Every collection has a special story to share. Due to her humanitarian efforts, Hinnawi was nominated for the Arab woman of the year award in London. You wear a very unique handmade piece like no one else, tells story of a nation, and you help educate unprivileged refugee women.