When it comes to the Middle East’s fashion scene, Leena AlGhouti has cemented her place as one of the region’s most stylish it-girls. So it should come as no surprise that the Palestinian creative would eventually move into fashion design. Alongside her brother Hasan AlGhouti, the 28-year-old has just launched a streetwear label: Stacks, and it’s major.
For their debut collection, the siblings dropped a series of gender-fluid pieces, and you’re going to want to get your hands on them. Comprised of hoodies and sweatpants, the collection is emblematic of AlGhouti’s signature style – the perfect balance between bold and basic.
The pieces come in a vibrant colour palette made up of electric blue, a bright red, mint green and grey sweatsuits.
To kick off the launch, the AlGhoutis dropped their first campaign, named ‘See The Unseen’ featuring model Lana Al Beik and Zeid Jaouni, who recently starred in MILLE’s Burberry film with Abdullah Elmaz.
“SEE THE UNSEEN – is all about diversity of perspectives and mindsets that is reflected in our modern world. Our recent campaigns urges our audience to think outside of the box,” the brand announced on Instagram. “This gender-fluid sweatsuit collection is created to be comfortable yet stylish, basic yet colorful.”