These five awe-inspiring change-makers are using their platforms - along with their vision, passion and determination - to empower communities and shape culture in the Middle East and beyond, and we’re so excited to share them with you!
We are SO excited to introduce these stunning Arabic coffee cups made in Palestine to the Pink Jinn Souq. Hand-painted by Palestinian artisans, no two of these Arabic coffee cups are exactly the same. Each one is unique, bearing a beautiful blue and white olive branch design which is bound to spark conversation. The olive … Continue reading New to the Souq: KHALIL | Arabic Coffee Cups Made in Palestine
Since Pink Jinn began in 2015, we’ve tried to showcase the beauty and complexities of an often misunderstood part of the world – the Middle East and North Africa. A driving force behind Pink Jinn has been to encourage people to visit the region, to get to know its people, experience its cultures and form … Continue reading Introducing… The Souq
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (or MBS, as he has become known) has been making headlines around the world over the last few months, most recently for a crackdown on corruption that has seen hundreds of prominent Saudi princes, ministers and businessmen arrested and detained in Riyadh’s luxurious Ritz Carleton hotel. The five star … Continue reading Mohammed bin Salman: 5 things you need to know about the most powerful man in Saudi Arabia
Prepare to meet three young Moroccans who are dominating the bloggersphere - all the while giving their followers a virtual tour of one of the world's most beautiful countries... Yusra Idrissi Fancy a trip to Morocco? Forget the Lonely Planet Guide, all you need is Yusra's blog, Moroccan Musthaves. Yusra's life is every traveller's dream, … Continue reading 3 young Moroccan bloggers taking the internet by storm
Omani business graduate Amal Al Raisi found a career in fashion totally by accident while working for a government ministry in Muscat. After searching for a wedding dress and becoming frustrated at the lack of choice, she decided to design her own. The dress was so popular that she began designing for her family and … Continue reading Amal Al Raisi – The fashion designer taking Khaleeji style to the runways of Paris and Torino