Luminosity and darkness entwine together to create the AW collection titled “Solstice”. The handcrafted textures and motifs are inspired by the  juxtaposition of light and shadow created during day and night. 

The collection resonates with the carefree nomadic easy-going muse who doesn’t conform to the usual and thrives in her world where everything is possible.


The AW18 line is especially focused on being seasonless- on the lines of See now!Buy now!The separates comprising of structured dresses, deconstructed jackets and sheer skirts and soft layers, geometric appliqué and block-printed organzas in monochrome’s and metallics.

The USP of the pieces lies in our signature appliqué and cutwork, intricate detailing and breathtaking delicate textures.The silhouettes are easy and the vibe is edgy yet sophisticated. 



Jeny Tjahyawati 

A renowned award-winning designer Jeny Tjahyawati focuses mainly on Muslim fashion that is forward thinking and modern in approach. Her ready to wear brand Jeny by Jeny Tjahyawati brings a freshness and modernity to the Muslin fashion industry.


Lia Afif

Lia Afif began in 2000 focusing her collections for the Muslim women, developing a brand that is trusted by middle and upper-class women and men for her unique thematic designs.


Aisyah Rupnidah Chan

Caters for two audiences with her brands Humaira graceful style with embellishments and sequins and her second brand Darabirra a Muslim wear collection.


Ratu Anita Soviah

Established in 2003, a collection of Muslim wear using unique materials such as jumputan, songket, blongsong, tajung cloth, cloth archipelago and other typical Palembang cloth using tie-dye techniques and natural.


Tuty Adib

Started her brand 15 years ago she creates her Muslim collection from chiffon, silk, cotton, brocade and “Wastra Indonesia” (batik, ikat, weaving, and songket) focusing on femininity and elegant style..


Celebrating a decade of dedication to global fashion education, FAD International Academy unveiled 8 emerging talents Manali Khude, Mehak Somjee, Nidhi Jain, Shambhavi Mudgal, Savio Dsouza, Shraddha Katariya, Simran Oswal and Simran Sachdev at the House of MEA Catwalk Show at Fashion Scout during London Fashion Week SS/18


Textures, Textiles & Tradition - The collective unveiled diverse collections using pure silks, georgettes, leather, tulle, velvet, jute, crisp organza and yarns with contemporarised Indian emroideries and surface ornamentation techiniques such as metal work, inverted diamond smocking, gold emroidery using Aari & Zardozi and three dimensional texturising. Fabirc manipulation techniques such as heat pressing, perma pleating, distressing & draping are used to created structured to flowy and exaggerated silhouettes.



Name of collection- Oxygen. Colour palette used is pristine whites to reds to greens. Textiles/Fabrics are usage of spun cottons to  pvc leather. The main focus would be accessories , so the silhouettes are clean and a bit for creative drama. There is a mixture of hand embroideries and metal both blended together to create a quirky product;each piece is crafted with a lot of love and craft.


Indian fashion designer Rocky Star recently showed his Autumn/Winter 2016/17 collection, Nomadic Love, at the House of MEA show during London Fashion Week. With figure flattering silhouettes in gorgeous fabrics, we saw metallic, pleating and beautiful embroideries throughout the show.



Epiphany by designer Nivedita Saboo is a coming together of myriad reflections that are as much a part of the journey of going within as they are a mirror image of the world that we live in. Combining structure with edgy styles on classic silhouettes for men and women, the collection is a montage of immaculate execution in couture and signature surface techniques such as quilting and intricate cut & sew, over experimental and heritage fabrics like indigenous Indian wool and soft brushed wool.


The designer of beautiful Bridal and occasion wear Kajal Patel creates pieces that portray a unique style and individuality. She launched her first ready to wear collection at Fashion Scout London Fashion Week AW17 displaying her luxury, contemporary collection -The Golden Collection. Kajal’s collections are hand crafted with a balance of contemporary style.




It was the unveiling of Maral Yarzoo’s “Deja Vu” Collection at the House of MEA runway. The collection for House of MEA’s runway show  represented deep enchantment with cultural past and its modern interpretation.