Beautiful and intelligent Arab women are world celebrities
The Arab sheikhs are not just some of the richest people in the world. They also have some of the most beautiful women by their side. The first ladies in the Arab world are also very intelligent and somehow mystical. They all remind more or less of Princess Scheherazade.
The first ladies are beautiful, but also noble and intelligent. They exercise their power on the strong men for good purposes. These first ladies make the world ruled by them much fairer and fairer.
Sheik Musa bint Nasser al-Missned
She is one of the wives of Hamad bin Chalifa Al Thani. He was the Emir of Qatar until 2013. She is certainly the most famous lady from the Arab countries. This is because of their taste and thanks to their ability to combine Muslim and European traditions in their clothing. She was several times included in the list of the best dressed women in the world by the magazine Vanity Fair.
First class level and unmistakable sophistication
She is the first among the first ladies of the Arab countries, who showed her face to the world. By omitting the typical black costume, she made a revolution in Qatar. Among other things, she led a reform in the field of women's rights. Their example and social commitment contributed greatly to the fact that the ladies in their country could drive a car and pick their own clothes. She campaigned for women to study at the university. Now, the women dominate even in percent at the university there. More than 60% are women.
Always 100 percent fashion conscious and noble
Self-confident and independent
As far as standards are concerned, the sheikh of Qatar makes no compromises. She knows her way around the luxury brands perfectly. Her favorite brands include Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Chanel, Armani Prive, Jean Paul Gaultier, Chanel, Dior, Cartier.
Rania of Jordan
For many people, Rania of Jordan is the most beautiful queen in the world. In 2003 she was declared Queen of Elegance by the British magazine Hello. The criteria according to which it has been recognized for such are not purely aesthetic. She also got this title because of her political commitment. Like Sheikh Musa bint Nasser al-Missned, Rania of Jordan championed women's rights.
She too became a symbol of progressive thinking
She combines elements of traditional Arabic dress and European style in her wardrobe. Rania of Jordan loves the fine jewelry. Like all Arab women, she shows a particularly good taste in the jewelry selection.
One of her special pieces is the tiara of Princess Alia of Cartier. The story of its acquisition is very interesting. The Diadem of Alia was passed on to her daughter Aia after her death. She gives it to Rania of Jordan.
Princess Haya bint al-Hussein
Princess Haya is the sister of the King of Jordan
She is also the wife of the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Sheikh of Dubai - Muhammad bin Rashid Al Maktum.
It contributes greatly to the spread of secular traditions in their homeland
Princess Haya, unlike the other celebrity ladies, is not so much in love with fashion. She graduated from Oxford and speaks four languages. Haya is known for her strong public and charitable work. Nowadays she manages International Humanitarian City - the largest center for help in extraordinary situations. She is also messenger of peace from UN.
Here on a mission in Liberia
Princess Haya works with Ban Ki-Moon and Kofi Anan.
However, she also has an expensive hobby and these are the horses. She is the first Arab woman to participate in a competition in equestrian sport.
Saudi Arabia is one of the strictest Muslim countries. There you can feel the power of the Muslim traditions the strongest. That's where Fathima Kulsum Zohar Godabari lives. She is considered one of the most beautiful prominent Arab women.
Queen Fatima is known for her fine jewelry
Princess Amira Al Talil
Amira Al Talil comes from the same country. She is the wife of Prince al-Walid bin Talal Al Saud. In contrast to Queen Fatima she shows a strong rebellious character. It is committed to the rights of women, including driving, training and deciding whether to work or not. Princess Amira refuses to dress up in traditional Arabic and shows a clear European style in her outfit.
Modern woman of the Orient
It participates in politics at the highest level