Facilité introduces ‘The Accessory Edit’, a retail concept bringing together some of the most exceptional independent designers and cult-favourite accessory brands from around the world for the very first time in Dubai.


Launched in August 2019, The Accessory Edit is home to a selection of exclusive and limited-edition eyewear, bags, jewellery, hats and accessories from 22 luxury and contemporary brands. A truly globally diverse concept, the edit includes brands hailing from New York, Paris, London, Australia, Dubai, Kuwait, Lebanon, Egypt, Georgia, Ukraine and Colombia.


Shop The Accessory Edit at Facilité showcasing accessories from Ashley Williams, Frame Chain, Mochi and Tort; bags and leather goods by 0711, HALM, Imago-A, L’Afshar, Marzook, Okhtein, Pellegrino and Susan Alexandra; headwear by Ruslan Baginskiy and Yosuzi; eyewear by Philó from the creators of Roberi & Fraud, Poppy Lissiman and Karen Wazen Eyewear; and jewellery by Amy Gattas, Bil Arabi, Joanna Laura Constantine and Liya.


The Accessory Edit operating at Facilité from August until October 2019, and open daily from 10am to 8pm.


Arcade III, a street wear label by Palestinian Lina Mustafa born out of her luxury and contemporary fashion concept The Luxury Arcade includes the label’s collaboration with global TV network, Cartoon Network, featuring graphic t-shirts printed with characters like The Powerpuff Girls and Johnny Bravo.


Bazza Alzouman is a Parsons New York trained Kuwaiti designer who grew up in South Carolina. Her designs bring together an old-world charm with a minimal, modernist approach to evening-wear, unravelling with gothic charm, dark elegance and unwavering femininity that alternate between floor-grazing and tea-length gowns.


HALM is a Scandinavian-inspired luxury leather-goods brand, founded in Dubai. Designed by Stockholm-London  duo Hanna Ransjo and Hannah Louise Brewer, HALM embodies relaxed, under-stated luxe with a distinct Scandinavian aesthetic. The meticulously crafted HALM styles are made from the softest leathers in a stunning palette inspired by the global travels of the brand's designers.


Crafted in Dubai, L’Afshar by Lilian Afshar has become an exceptionally covetable accessory. The stunningly sophisticated box clutches and mini handbags spotlights unexpected textures and graphic shapes, which have been spotted on the global style set.


Lama Jouni, eponymous label of the young Lebanese designer who has amassed celebrity fans like Bella Hadid and Alessandra Ambrosio, aims to outfit every woman at every age with her signature minimal silhouettes elevated with distinct urban accents like her Kodak t-shirt spotted on Rihanna.


Mochi by Ayah Tabari, which has quickly become a cult brand is distinctive for shedding light on different cultures with every collection handcrafted by local artisans using traditional methods of em-broidery to create contemporary pieces.

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The namesake luxury ready-to-wear label of the Daughter of the Ruler of Fujairah, continues to innovate the house’s signature lace and opulent textiles through elevated daytime pieces and occa-sion wear creating impactful sartorial looks.


Romani was born out of Jordanian Haya Jarrar’s vision to create a ready-to-wear brand that ex-presses a free-spirited lifestyle and rebelli


Romani, a ready-to-wear label designed by Jordanian Haya Jarrar, is driven from a vision to create fashion expressing a free-spirited lifestyle and rebellious nature. With exaggerated silhouettes, unusual fabrics and eccentric detailing, Romani captures the glamour and rock n'roll aesthetic of Jarrar's muse, Brigitte Bardot, with a contemporary twist.