Helping Autistic Kids: Meet The Designers!

Published April 7th, 2021 - 09:19 GMT
Designers are auctioning their works to help autistic children
Roni Helou a Lebanese designer is auctioning his Vivica Coat. (Instagram)
autistic children will be helped by a 17 regional designers.

Seventeen regional designers have joined forces to support autistic children in the UAE through an auction of their work on The money raised will benefit the non-profit Senses Residential and Day Care for Special Needs. 

 Rami Kadi

The Lebanese designer, among others, is auctioning off a sunshine yellow dress with floral detailing.   


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 Marmar Halim 

The Egyptian Dubai-based designer is presenting a full-length copper gown with puffed bell sleeves.  


Founded by two sisters, Egyptian brand Okhtein is auctioning off a metallic clutch called the Palmette Oval Minaudière, which has been spotted on the likes of Kourtney Kardashian. 

 Hussein Bazaza

The Lebanese designer’s creation for sale is a glitzy high-necked jacket in green. The item’s elevated neckline represents protecting one’s thoughts and not allowing any distractions from the outside, according to the designer.

 Jessica K 

This piece, by Lebanese label Jessica K, is a metallic asymmetrical top with a rounded collar and short, casual sleeves.

 Roni Helou 

The Lebanese designer is auctioning his Vivica Coat that features a shawl collar on a loose fit kimono design, with wide sleeves and semi-detached cuffs. The fabric’s soft iridescence ranges from an olive green to a subtle blue.

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