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When we protect nature, we protect ourselves.

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WE LOVE FASHION + THE ENVIRONMENT

Because we must do something about it.

We will donate part of our profit to different organizations, all of us will help protect and preserve the Gulf nature and its Culture. 

today more than ever we must think about the future for the ones that are coming, Humans or Animals.

Our Packaging is eco-friendly

We are committed to reduce excessive non-recyclable plastic, our packaging can be reusable in many ways.

Plant your favorite cactus, contain your pens or simply recycling it to get a new life. you will be very happy when you get your HA-BB

At the same time we are planting trees by using the eco packing alliance.

Oryx, T-shirt, Dubai, UAE, Abu Dhabi, woman, responsible fashion, designer, Emirates nature, WWF, cool, new, traditional, Middle east
Yallah Ha-BB
Oryx, T-shirt, Dubai, UAE, Abu Dhabi, woman, responsible fashion, designer, Emirates nature, WWF, cool, new, traditional, Middle east
Yallah Ha-bb

A TOUCH OF WHAT INSPIRE US

Behind the design

By the start of the 1960s poaching and hunting reduced the Arabian oryx in the wild.

In 1970s was declared EXITING in the wild 

Thanks to 3 wild oryx from Yemen, 1 from London, 5 from Saudi and 1 last one from Kuwait this animal was saved in  captivity. 

The status has passed from extinct in the wild to 'Vulnerable' and is up to us to help protect them.

Design inspiration

we get Inspired by the Arabian fauna, Bedouin Al-sadu fabrics and Arabic art a mix between this worlds as a message of convivence.

Al-sadu is a traditional embroidery form of weaving done by Bedouin women.

we bring this concept in to a modern style we can proudly wear. 

A place for all

We humans need to learn to live and care with what surround us, every life matters and must be protected.

House of HA-BB is taking a step forward to help our world donating part of your purchase to protect our habitat  in association with Emirates Nature and WWF.

for a better future for all.

Let's talk about sustainable fashion

Having spent the better part of a year at home with little or no travel, connecting to culture, identity, and community is more important than ever before.

KATIE TROTTER- Vogue Arabia

if you invest in a garment that you can wear for years to come, instead of wearing it a few times and discarding it, the cost per wear automatically becomes lower. “Change has to happen in consumption patterns, too,” “Buy less, but buy things that you want to keep for longer.” 

EMILY CHAN - British Vogue

The job of a designer is to question, to solve problems, and to present new ideas and solutions. No one is better at this than designers who inherently need to work this way.

JONAH SOLOMON - The fashion studies Journal