When fashion inspires interiors, we speak of legacies. It is when someone’s taste in colours, for example, narrates tales of inspiring personalities. And we are talking about leading women, who inspire the world from the Middle East.
Not everyone can inspire and uplift people’s hearts with their taste. It takes a person who can think in visuals. If you lack this talent, you don’t score as big.
This type of person not only resonates with a home or workplace being well maintained, but also, at the very least, adequately creative. To them, it must bring about feelings of joy in all those that visit.
When fashion inspires interiors and writes your story book
To see a place that has been done by the caring creative eye is a treat to our senses. We have stepped into a story book. Your story book. When you have catapulted us into a unique experience.
Some say it begins with our taste in fashion. This is why designer brands, once they’ve locked in a loyal customer, they seem to know exactly what she would like in her home.
Be it cushions, wall colours, furniture, art, they just know her taste through her fashion. And that’s when they can captivate her with all sorts of ideas for interiors.
Who can we look to with that same eye? When we see their sense of fashion and style, does this give us insight into what we believe the creativity and beauty they’ve instilled into their home would look like?
First Lady of Oman, Ahad Bint Abdullah Bin Hamad Al Busaidiyah
Take the First Lady of Oman, Ahad Bint Abdullah Bin Hamad Al Busaidiyah, With her usage of draping and beautiful taste in colours resulting in her signature style, we would not be surprised that she would likely opt for an equivalently signature look for her home and surroundings.
UAE Minister of International Cooperation and Development. HE Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi
An introduction to this dynamic woman commonly begins like this: Sheikha Lubna holds the distinction of being the first Emirati woman to assume a ministerial post (2004), an achievement that put the UAE on the international map of female empowerment.
Take this, complimented by her sense of professionalism in her style, and you can easily understand this is a no nonsense woman who would demand perfection from her interiors. Whether we are wrong or right, we can indeed dream up what she inspires in us.
Queen Rania of Jordan
In addition to being a wife and mother, Queen Rania works toward improving the lives of Jordanians by supporting efforts to create opportunities for their advancement.
Known for her runway style and a cross cultural appreciation, Queen Rania is often seen as a style icon in the West as well as the East. Whether it’s a latest trend or a classical look, it goes well when it’s worn well. Like any interiors that would be inspired by her in the same way!
Sheikha Moza bint Nasser of Qatar
A recent headline about Sheikha Moza, in a British newspaper, read: The ‘most elegant woman in the world’ who you’ve probably never heard of! Qatar’s Sheikha Moza, 63 – whose state owns more of London than the King – is likened to Jackie Kennedy and shares her husband with two other wives
Yet we know many have heard of her and many would concur that her elegance and taste in fashion is what makes her stand out. Someone like that easily inspires us to be ourselves whilst dreaming up the most stylish interiors dream.
While fashion certainly can inspire interiors, remember it’s always your personality that is at the head of it all. Where you get your inspiration and how you present yourself, is the key to showcasing who you are earnestly.
Your purity in the way you represent yourself through your home is most important firstly to your spiritual health. A home that resonates peace, harmony, and beauty to you, is a home that your heart will always be grateful for.