A photo series of my grandmother’s house in Amman.
A review of Mustang, a Turkish film that revolves around the lives of five orphaned and free-spirited sisters, Sonay, Selma, Ece, Nur and Lale.
I wrote this poem a few months ago, during a lonely period after graduating from university.
A study of Zaha Hadid's designs, which inadvertently turned into a study of the female body, and the way in which the two work together.
The fact that I lived in a time where Zaha existed makes me content with my own battles as an Arab woman, not only because she’s made it significantly easier for us, but because I got the chance to witness the possibilities of what could be.
An illustrative tribute to Zaha Hadid.
Paying tribute to Dame Zaha Hadid, a phenomenal architect and Arab woman.
Labels are the words of people who think with their eyes.
Nuhad dardashat with Samar about her digital artwork, how she stays inspired, and how she escaped the Egyptian revolution with her cat in tow!
An ode to my nose.
This week, we dardish about beauty ideals, plastic surgery and how we learnt to love our noses.
Noora dardashat with Yasmine about Palestinian embroidery, Palestinian identity, and how she founded a Palestinian social enterprise that makes her Taita proud.
Hanan dardashat with Samar about her love for tactile materials and colour, as well as what influences the narratives behind her artwork.
An illustrative study of girls on the internet doing what they do best.
Channeling Queen Cleopatra's beauty, brains and badassery through makeup.
As of today the magazine is officially live, and we’re so thrilled to get to share it with you!
A photo-series shot in Doha, Qatar.
Fairouz represents something which I have never experienced, yet have always yearned for - a definite sense of ‘belonging’.
Samar, Yasmine and Bayan dardish about the inherent impact of their Arab names on their sense of cultural and racial identity.
Observing men and their strange behaviours in some of their most natural surroundings.
An ode to my fabulously hairy bod.