"The 'monster' cartoon heads embroidered on knit turtlenecks and unstructured cady skirts or hand-printed on a rain parka are irresistible in their eccentricity".
London-based Lebanese designer, Mira Mikati, began her fashion career in 2007 as co-founder of the Middle East's leading concept store, Plum. In 2012, Mikati was invited to design a capsule collection for Parisian label Façonnable: "As a buyer I wished I could find something fun that was also beautifully tailored," says Mikati. "Which is exactly what I set out to do." The capsule collection went on to become a sellout success. Encouraged, Mikati began her eponymous label, which today counts Beyoncé and Rihanna as fans. Now in its second season, Mira Mikati uniquely combines fun, emoji-style detailing with elegant, grown-up silhouettes.