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6 Coolest Concept Stores in the Region

These are the spots to shop Arab designers

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From the Arabian peninsula to Morocco’s Atlas mountains, local designers are propping up all over the region, and they’re more accessible than ever. 

Gone are the days when shopping Arab designers was practically impossible. Recent years have seen concept stores propping up all over, from Riyadh to Tunis, offering up the best the region has to offer, and we rounded up our favourites for you. 

Personage – Riyadh

The concept store is one of the first in the Kingdom. Spanning three floors, it offers everything you’re looking for. Whether you’re shopping for a new fit, looking to grab a bite to eat or looking for a new local art piece to hang up your wall, Personage is where it’s at. 

Another –  Beirut


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The avant-garde store stocks an array of luxury and contemporary brands. Not only that, Another is complete with a hairdresser, gym and outdoor terrace. 

Amongst Few – Dubai

If you’re looking for one-of-a-kind exclusive pieces, look no further. Aside from their own collections, Amongst Few offers limited edition pieces that will certainly only be worn amongst few, and if you’re in the mood for a quick pick-me-up, be sure to try out their cafe. 

Nass Boutique – Kuwait City


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From regional brands like Marzook to international luxury labels like Brandon Maxwell, Nass boutique is the go-to destination for womenswear.

Rax – Cairo

Located in the bustling streets of Cairo, the store is a favourite for many locals. They offer some of the coolest trending labels, like Egyptian label Mamzi and home décor from AbraCadabra.

SuperSouk – Tunis

Known to exclusively stock Tunisian labels, the concept store offers the best the Tunisian nation has to offer. From local designers like Samaka and Anissa Aida, to handmade ceramics by Claei, you won’t be short of offerings to choose from.

Homegrown Market

If you’re looking to support local Arab talent, Homegrown Market is the place to go. Having first opened their doors in 2014, the retailer is a pioneering force. With over 150 brands stocked, Homegrown market offers a sprawling selection of everything fashion, beauty, and home decor the region has to offer. The concept is co-founded by The Nou Project’s Nour Altamimi, alongside founder of fashion label Galag, Sultan AlSaud and Samaher Derhali, the designer behind the label, LaSuna,

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