An article about Beena from the Khaleej Times says:
“I use all kinds of silk — Indian raw silk — chiffon and georgette. My designs go well with machine and hand embroidery as well. I have a new collection with handpainting,” she informs.
In fact, Beena’s jalabiyas are distinguished by their cut for she prefers to use unconventional ones. She uses different patterns to combine traditional Arabic elements with western influences mainly in the colour and combination of material. “I always strive to create something unusual. Initially they say ‘No’ and later they say ‘Wow,’” Beena adds.
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