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9 Times Saudi Fashion Designers Dressed Global Celebrities

Saudi fashion designers have been making waves not just in the region, but globally too. From Halloween costumes, to polo sportswear, to red carpet attire, designers hailing from the kingdom have done it all. And not just on anybody, their creations have been worn by the acting and singing industry royals, and even actual royalty! Scroll through to see who wore who:

Beyonce in Death by Dolls by Sarah Al Saud


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Perhaps the most famous creation of them all, Queen B opted for Sarah Al Saud's label to design her Flo Jo costume. The costume was not only incredibly on point, but it was also a tribute to a powerful black woman who has made history with her sports career and sports fashion.

Jaden Smith in Arwa Al Banawi 


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Ultra cool and laid back, Jaden Smith chose to wear Arwa Al Banawi, simply because she's as cool and laid back as he is. Her collection always seem to leave a trace, whether through the powerful words printed on her designs, or the abstract shapes, and this time it left a trace on one of the most famous families in the world, the Smiths. 

Lupita Nyongo in Honayda by Honayda Serafi 


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Who would look better then Lupita Nyong'o in an all-white cut-out Honayda suit? This look created so much buzz, and rightfully so, power-dressing never looked so powerful. With that war paint and fierce hairstyle, we've got ourselves a winning combo.

Queen Rania in Abadia by Naeema and Shahd Al Shehail​


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Attending her daughter's graduation from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Queen Rania wore the traditional Farwa jacket by Saudi brand, Abadia. The sheepskin jacket seemed perfect for the occasion, and not just because it was suitable for Britain's chilly weather, but because it looked like the exact missing piece to her stellar outfit.

Elizabeth Banks in Razan Alazzouni 


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An oldie, but goldie. One of our favorite looks by Razan Alazzouni, was worn by Elizabeth Banks in her UK movie premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2. The long majestic top and the detailed embroidery look stunning with the simple black pants; Razan Alazzouni always knows how to pair grandiose with calmness, and we are always obsessed.

Kelly Rowland in Yousef Akbar


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Yousef Akbar's elegant yet sexy looks managed to find their way to the mighty Kelly Rowland. The red ensemble was featured at Beyonce's after Grammys party, and it was given the limelight it deserved. Fiery red and Yousef Akbar's designs always yield an amazing result.

Melissa McCarthey in Daneh Studio by Daneh Buahmad


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Anything would look good on the charming Melissa McCarthy, and this time it's a Saudi number. Daneh Designs dressed one of the most talented women in Hollywood in this silver number, and everything was on point; the shape is stunning, the color looks great on the actress, and the length suits her very well.

Rita Ora in Ashi Studio by Mohammad Ashi 


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Ashi Studio's known for extravagance, frills, and big big designs. And it so happens that they caught the eye of Rita Ora, and voila, ruffles were created. This design boasts of a feathered cape sliding just perfectly off the shoulders and flowing into a train behind her. Have you seen a more accurate visual representation of living large?

Prince William in Toby by Hateem Alakeel 


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Britian's future king, Prince William chose to be dressed by Toby, and the result combines both chicness and accessibility. The green polo was donned by the prince in a Saudi-British charitable event. It doesn't hurt to raise money for humanitarian causes and look fashionable while at, does it?

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