Queen Rania turned to this Greek jewellery brand for her latest appearance


Timeless elegance

When you think of style icons from the Middle East, it is hard not to think of Jordan’s Queen Rania. Over the years, the Royal has become wj Sporting pieces from international fashion houses like Dior and Fendi, to regional designers like Elie Saab and Azzi & Osta, and even high-street labels like Zara.

Two days ago, the Queen attended an Iftar with a group of young Jordanian men and women. The Jordanian Royal has always been an advocate for the youth and the change that they can bring to the country. The mother-of-four shared a picture from the event on her official Instagram, which she captioned: “From today’s Iftar with a group of young Jordanians – a gathering that is as always filled with enthusiasm, ambition, and high spirits!”

As usual, Queen Rania looked as regal as usual in a red statement dress. Here maxi dress was from London-based label, Cefinn, which retails for AED 1621.96 on Net-A-Porter, but is currently out of stock. The paired it with the “Chain It” PM Bag in Damier Stitching from Louis Vuitton, and “Giglio” Patchwork Pumps by Salvatore Ferragamo. Our favourite part of her look though was the jewellery, which was designed by Greek jeweller Nikos Koulis. The Jordanian Royal wore the “Lingerie” White Gold Necklace in Diamonds & White Pearls and the “V” White Gold Earrings in Diamonds & Rubies from the brand.

Earlier this week, the Queen gave us an insight into an intimate family iftar in The Hashemites household. In the Instagram video, Jordan’s Royal family can be seen in casual clothing, breaking their fast by having a humble iftar in their living room. She captioned the moment: “Wonderful to have the whole family together for Iftar.” This clip went viral on social media, as people were taken aback by how humble and down-to-earth they are.

– For more about Dubai’s lifestyle, news and fashion scene straight to your newsfeed, follow us on Facebook 

Media: Instagram



Source link

close