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Monday , October 18 2021

Gulf fashion ambassador to the world

Muntaha Al Ajeel participates in International Fashion Fair in Sweden

The 4th Edition of the Stockholm

International Fashion Fair 2021 took place at Nationalmuseum in Stockholm city

Woman possibility and sustainable fashion was the theme this year. As before, designers from all over the world showed their latest fashion tonight’s show. Special Guest as The Ambassador of Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, The Morocco among other distinguished VIP guests. A truly inspirational Stockholm International Fashion Fair at Nationalmuseum. Thank you Therese Neaime for the beautiful song. Designers came from Morocco, Tunisia, Spain, Dubai, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Sweden, Argentina, Serbia, Kuwait and showed their latest jewellery and fashion collections.

She has participated in international fashion shows in Dubai, Oman, London, New York, Thailand, Bali Island, Sweden, invited to participate in international forums, world economic exhibitions, including the conference of Arab women and world economy which was held in London and the European Business Forum which was held in Brussels.

She was invited to present special fashion shows for heads of state of the world to support women in the Asian continent, which was held in New York. She has participated in the celebration of the International Thai Silk Fashion Week in honor of Her Majesty Queen Sirikit on the occasion of the Queen’s birthday, in the presence of the Thai Prime Minister.

The version was run by the Kuwait Bar Association as part of the celebration of International Women’s Day, among 7 influential personalities in the world and was honored including the Fashion Icon in London and in the presence of the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, Ambassador Khaled Al Duwaisan and she had the honor of interviewing Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah after receiving the international award.

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