Who Made Your Clothes? Behind the Arabian Nites Fashion Revolution

A word from our founder, Yasmin:

In a culture of fast-fashion and throwaway clothes, we knew we had to be different. Serving women who wear our designs could never happen by compromising our values. The welfare and economic stability of the people who create our clothes mean everything, and the result is garments of a superior quality that contribute to sustaining dozens of families. 

For this reason, I design each Arabian Nites piece for the woman who strives for effortless style over looking trendy. Each and every piece in our collections is designed by myself in London, using only the most exquisite fabrics and cuts that maximise the amount of material in each garment. This is so they last long after current trends have faded away; for years, if not decades. 

I believe each worker we entrust to create our pieces become a part of the story of that piece, and each piece goes on to becomes a part of the wearer’s story. To me, each piece is a keepsake, a garment that elevates a woman. It represents a journey, it is a feeling, a transformation – it cannot and should not be thrown away.

When we started Arabian Nites back in 2004, we were groundbreaking in many ways. But we knew that our innovation couldn’t stop at our designs. 

With a mission to inspire empowerment, grace and confidence in women, how could we dress women to achieve their dreams… while depriving the women and families who help create our pieces?

A word from our founder, Yasmin:

In a culture of fast-fashion and throwaway clothes, we knew we had to be different. Serving women who wear our designs could never happen by compromising our values. The welfare and economic stability of the people who create our clothes mean everything, and the result is garments of a superior quality that contribute to sustaining dozens of families. 

For this reason, I design each Arabian Nites piece for the woman who strives for effortless style over looking trendy. Each and every piece in our collections is designed by myself in London, using only the most exquisite fabrics and cuts that maximise the amount of material in each garment. This is so they last long after current trends have faded away; for years, if not decades. 

I believe each worker we entrust to create our pieces become a part of the story of that piece, and each piece goes on to becomes a part of the wearer’s story. To me, each piece is a keepsake, a garment that elevates a woman. It represents a journey, it is a feeling, a transformation – it cannot and should not be thrown away.

When we started Arabian Nites back in 2004, we were groundbreaking in many ways. But we knew that our innovation couldn’t stop at our designs. 

With a mission to inspire empowerment, grace and confidence in women, how could we dress women to achieve their dreams… while depriving the women and families who help create our pieces?

A word from our founder, Yasmin:

In a culture of fast-fashion and throwaway clothes, we knew we had to be different. Serving women who wear our designs could never happen by compromising our values. The welfare and economic stability of the people who create our clothes mean everything, and the result is garments of a superior quality that contribute to sustaining dozens of families. 

For this reason, I design each Arabian Nites piece for the woman who strives for effortless style over looking trendy. Each and every piece in our collections is designed by myself in London, using only the most exquisite fabrics and cuts that maximise the amount of material in each garment. This is so they last long after current trends have faded away; for years, if not decades. 

I believe each worker we entrust to create our pieces become a part of the story of that piece, and each piece goes on to becomes a part of the wearer’s story. To me, each piece is a keepsake, a garment that elevates a woman. It represents a journey, it is a feeling, a transformation – it cannot and should not be thrown away.

When we started Arabian Nites back in 2004, we were groundbreaking in many ways. But we knew that our innovation couldn’t stop at our designs. 

With a mission to inspire empowerment, grace and confidence in women, how could we dress women to achieve their dreams… while depriving the women and families who help create our pieces?