Heritage Festival
2014

Al Souq


Yashmak

 

Date: April 3-9

Time: 4:00-9:00 pm

Location: S11

Traditional-wear, reinterpreted. Established in the 1980‘s, Yashmak specializes in creating contemporary jalabiyas and thobs that feature beautiful embroidery and unique designs, making them a local favorite.

   

Cocoon

 

Date: April 3-9

Time: 4:00-9:00 pm

Location: S16

A Turkish fashion designer based in Bahrain, bringing together Bahrain’s traditions with a Turkish twist. Her designs range from casual jalabeyas and bishts for every day gatherings to formal and dressy ones for special occasions. With Ramadan around the corner, her outfits will surely find a new homes in closets around the island.

   

JJ’s Shop

 

Date: April 6-9

Time: 4:00-9:00 pm

Location: S6

A creative touch to home accessories. JJ’s shop use colors and traditional prints on different products. A dash of fun that can be added to gatherings. Sadu, a traditional weaving heritage in the Arabic culture, can also be found in some of the products offered by JJ’s Shop.

   

Fatima’s Textiles

 

Date: April 3-9

Time: 4:00-9:00 pm

Location: S14

The design process begins with selecting the perfect fabric, the foundation of all beautiful traditional dresses and jalabiyas. These contemporary materials are suitable for home decorating as well. A large selection of designs are on offer with different colors, patterns and prints to satisfy all creative needs.

   

NYPS

 

Date: April 3-9

Time: 4:00-9:00 pm

Location: S17

A creative initiative of Albareh Art Gallery; Abcad Art Center and NYPS (Nasser Al Yousif Printing Studio) will be offering intricate limited edition cushions, totes and traditional greeting cards. Each product is handmade with calligraphy prints and decorative imagery, a creative accessory to add to your homes or wardrobes.

   

Labous

 

Date: April 6-9

Time: 4:00-9:00 pm

Location: S18

A boutique that offers modern clothing and accessories that are inspired by Bahrain’s rich culture. Each garment is unique with its own touch of traditional handmade details like the “Al Naqdah, Zari, Kurar and shad.” These details are locally made and creatively chosen to fit the gap between modern and traditional clothing. They also offer a variety of handpicked garments from around the globe.

   
   
   
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