Queen Rania Wore Looks By Jordanian Designers In Japan
Her Majesty continues to support Middle East labels
29 November 2018
For her royal tour of Japan, Queen Rania packed plenty of chic looks that brought the Middle East with her. Wearing an array of Jordanian designs, Queen Rania celebrated style from the region and put Arab designers in the global spotlight once more.
From Georges Chakra to Azzi & Osta, Her Majesty often showcases design talent from the region. Just a few days ago Queen Rania was spotted in a 'farwa' from luxury Saudi Arabian label Abadia, at Princess Salma’s graduation from Sandhurst.
Fast-forward to Tokyo and Queen Rania is championing even more Middle Eastern designs, as here’s what she wore for the trip…
Queen Rania's Style in Japan
Arriving in Tokyo, Queen Rania schooled us sophisticated airport style. Her Majesty was dressed in a black fur coat paired with front pleat Victoria Beckham striped pants that are both comfortable and chic.
Okay, VB isn’t a Middle Eastern label –but we couldn’t ignore this outfit!
When the Jordanian royals met with Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko of Japan, Queen Rania carried a black tote bag by Amman-based designer Farah Asmar.
For a meeting with First Lady Akie Abe (wife of Japan’s Prime Minister), Queen Rania wore a silk embroidered skirt with a red trim by Jordanian designer Suhad Khawaja. Her Majesty finished her look with the same handbag by Farah Asmar.