M7 opens first retail pop-up store


 M7 recently launched its first ever pop-up store, which showcases brands across different categories of clothing and accessories.

M7, known for its commitment to design excellence, introduces this curated space highlighting both emerging and covetable labels from Qatar and the GCC region. The event will remain open until November 3, 2023.

M7’s retail pop-up promises a refreshing perspective in design, featuring a carefully curated collection encompassing ready-to-wear, womenswear, menswear, abayas, accessories, and watches.

Visitors can explore and shop the latest creations from a selection of visionary designers based in Qatar, the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and France. In addition, M7 is collaborating with artists and designers to raise funds for people affected by the ongoing crisis in Gaza with proceeds going to Qatar Red Crescent.

The pop-up can be found at Gallery 2, Floor 2 of the M7 building located in Downtown Msheireb and is open from 10am–10pm, Saturday to Thursday, and 4pm-11pm on Friday.

Maha Al Sulaiti, M7 Director added “The M7 pop-up store is not just a retail space; it is an experience that brings together creativity, innovation, and a diverse range of design perspectives. We are excited to offer this platform for emerging and established designers and to showcase the breadth of talents we have in the country and the region.”

Among the Qatar-based designers is Maryam Essa Al Boainain, the creative force behind Marpholio, an elegant womenswear brand. Fatma Alsulaiti presents her feminine and urban collection with a creative touch, under the label MEDD, while Roudha Al Mazroei introduces Circle O Studio, a functional and stylish sportswear brand.

Bashair Hassan Al Emadi’s Dollab Line and Dana Hassan Al Emadi’s brands each showcase distinctive womenswear creations. Haya Al Adsani’s Harlienz also feature with their unique abaya designs, and Ghada Al Subaey presents 1309 Studios, a minimalist womenswear brand. Nouf Al Mulla unveils the elegance of LIN, Juwaher collaborates with FJ Design for a standout womenswear line, and Ebtesam Alhjaji reimagines the abaya with Soleil, her womenswear brand.

Wadha fuses tradition and modernity in her unique womenswear collection, while Nurwear brings forth a self-named brand with contemporary flair. Ahmed Al Motawa adds a timeless touch with his watch brand TIMEPIECE, and Amna Al Mesnad showcases TRZI, an abaya brand that blurs the lines between Qatari cultural attire and the global fashion world.

Dana creates a platform to simplify the process of finding the right abaya, kaftan and travel wear with her label Essentials by D. Maryam Al Khalaf’s jewellery brand Gema expresses classiness, femininity with a certain mystery.

Source: Peninsula

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