With its new collection, NIILI radiates the essence of the Arabian Peninsula


UAE-based women’s label NIILI’s spring/summer 2022 collection includes essential pieces that can be combined for any occasion. With 13 looks in addition to a selection of one-off, one-of-a-kind regenerated crochet dresses, the collection, created with a seasonal approach to fashion, includes a variety of shirt dresses, trousers, blouses and dresses.

NIILI continues to celebrate the hidden gems of UAE culture and heritage with this collection, tastefully incorporating patterns and fabrics symbolic of the region’s heritage, such as mother-of-pearl prints, geometric patterns, subtle falcon-print pieces and handmade crochet. Fabrics are sustainably sourced, with previous garments and fabrics being handpicked, upcycled and given a second life. Natural, handcrafted fabrics combine with relaxed silhouettes ensure each piece is made with comfort and breathability in mind, suitable and wearable for the modern woman.

A sublime, varied color palette makes up the timeless collection, combining vibrant pastels with deep, bold hues. Natural shades of green, off-white and tan symbolize the brand’s innate admiration and respect for the environment, combined with bold accents of deep red and sea blue, bringing to life the intricate details of the prints and accentuating the theatrical and unique drape of each style.

“We are forever inspired by the Arabian Peninsula, this is evident in the prints, fabrics and silhouettes used in each collection,” said Khaled al Zaabi and Paula Quetglas Llop, co-founders of NIILI, in a press release.

The brand strives to promote sustainability and deliver timeless pieces with luxury at their core. NIILI celebrates the versatility, diversity and inclusivity of the UAE, creating contemporary versions of traditional silhouettes for the modern woman. Each design uses abstract details with soft regenerated fabrics and crocheted and feminine prints to bring new life and a luxurious appeal to your wardrobe this season.

The collection is now available on the NIILI website.


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