Emirati women are making their way when it comes to making a name for themselves on social media. Emirates Woman is always happy to support these amazing people, so you should do the same.
Women in this area are always getting ideas from The Integrity Issue. Almheiri initiated her fashion label, Venus The Label, because she loved clothes so much. Her pieces are made from tarot card prints. She is not only the proud founder as well as creative director of the Museum of the Future but also the communications manager. She is a role model for future generations because she can do many things simultaneously.
Nouf Al Tamimi
Nouf Al Tamimi has a loyal following because she brings a minimalist style to life elegantly. She is known for her high-end fashion choices. She has worked with many of the biggest names in the industry, like Dior, Shopbop, Prada, Loewe, and more, and she does it with a lot of class.
Mthayel Al Ali
This Emirati influencer is recognized for sharing what she loves on social media with the world. She added to the UAE’s cultural scene and has now built an agency to help brands improve their social media channels. Since she broke the taboo against blogging, which was common then, she has made a big difference in this field.
People know that Fatma Almulla has a lot of jobs. From starting the non-profit group Shaghaf to working as a teaching assistant at University College London (UCL), she has shown that nothing is impossible. Her humanitarian project was started to help refugees worldwide and raise awareness about their plight.
Wdeema’s sophisticated feed is known for the fashion ideas she shares daily. She started the modern abaya brand M.Designs, known for its modern shapes and loose designs.
Asma Al Matrooshi
Asma Al Matrooshi, who started the luxury fashion label Epiphany, is known for making the first coloured abayas in the region. This broke down barriers and stereotypes about local fashion.
Asma Al Qassim
Asma Al Qassim lives in both Australia and Dubai. She has been in ads for brands like Ounass, Sephora, Bvlgari, and more. Her feed is always new and exciting, and she’s always giving her fans ideas for what to wear after that.
Huda Kattan is among the most influential people on social media in Dubai, and she is known for her cosmetics line, Huda Beauty, based in Dubai. The beauty guru’s brand has more than 51 million followers on Instagram and about 8 million followers on Facebook.
It’s not surprising that the influencer’s posts touch people’s hearts and make them want to look their best since they talk about everything from perfect eyebrows to self-love. Huda’s message encourages women to live a whole life and shows that “dreamers can make it.”
Manaal Al Hammadi
By making a name for herself in her field, Manaal Al Hammadi is becoming known for bringing minimalist ideas into the fashion world. By putting a modern twist on how an abaya is made, her Instagram feed is full of suggestions for a timeless way to dress modestly.
Hala Al Gergawi
This businesswoman is an excellent example of an Emirati woman who is inspiring. She is known for her business skills, so she started Tea Before Noon, a premium lifestyle consulting firm that gives the local community and luxury brands unique experiences. She is known for being a strong supporter of talent inside the Middle East.
Latifa Al Shamsi
Latifah Al Shamsi was one of the UAE’s first fashion and lifestyle bloggers. She has worked with some well-known fashion brands. After getting noticed by a few brands, she started her own events company, The Lounge. It gives regional and local designers a chance to show off their collections.
Nayla Al Khaja
Nayla Al Khajia is the first woman in the UAE to write, direct, and produce. She did this by constantly pushing herself and serving as a role model for many. She is known for telling her story in many different ways, which has inspired many people in the film industry to do the same. In an interview with Emirates Woman, I hope the women of the UAE find the passion they’re looking for in their jobs and lives.
Sarah Alagroobi is an artist who works in many different mediums. She is not afraid to face problems head-on, especially when it comes to exploring ideas of culture and identity in both Arab as well as Western contexts via colonial discourse.
Lana Rose is a well-known social media influencer in Dubai. She started online with an Instagram account, but her YouTube channel made her famous. Lana’s social media profiles usually show what she does daily, focusing on expensive cars and clothes.
Lana Beiraghdary, the older sister of Mo Vlogs’ founding member Mohamed Beiraghdary, has a unique charm. She became famous when the most prominent brands started sponsoring her makeup tutorials. Lana Rose has more than 3.8 million followers on Instagram and 2.49 million subscribers on YouTube.
Hayla Ghazal started her possess YouTube channel at the age of 18. She wanted to be one of Dubai’s most influential people on social media. The Syrian influencer who lives in Dubai has come a long way. They now have more than 2.3 million Instagram followers and more than 9 million YouTube subscribers.
Hayla’s videos show how to cook, how to put on makeup, and how to dress. Over time, she also talked about societal problems in the Middle East on her channel. She was chosen by the UN as a Start changing Ambassador and promised to make content that gives women equal opportunities.
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