Haizi Boutique x Galleria Al-Atiyah

Assalamulaikum and hello lovelies. How's everybody doing in this hazy weather? Oh gosh, I'm suffering from eye infection now, but it's getting better, it's my 4th day already. Lets tomorrow my eyes will be okay. They are so itchy and swollen. T___T  Anyway this is just an introduction, I'm not going to ramble about my sore eyes. :P But just an advise to all of you, drink lotsa water and stay indoor as much as you can, okay? :)

About a week ago I was in invited to the launch of two collaboration of two forms of arts , Muslim art and fashion in TTDI. The collaboration of Haizi Boutique and Galleria Al-Atiyah is the result of two single mothers who strives to independent, to be successful and at the same time to be an inspiration to all single mothers out there. We all understand the hardship that single mothers gone through, but what better way to prove that single mothers can be successful as well right?

From left to right : Deja Moss, Rohaizi Abdul Haizi (Owner of Haizi Boutique), Guest of Honour Datuk Ropiaah Raja Abdullah, Tuty Sumami Hoessein Enas (Owner of Galleria Al-Atiyah) and special guest Ybhg. Dato' Sheila Majid.

So what is the collaboration all about? It is a collaboration of two single mothers who are close friends Rohaizi Abdul Hai of Haizi Boutique and Tuty Sumami Hoessein Enas of Galleria Al-Atiyah , sharing the same premise side by side, doing what they love the most which is fashion and Muslim art. It was only hobbies in the beginning but it is their career, their pride and joy. Who doesn't like to be able to have their hobbies as work? Well I know I do. :)

I am with Tuty Sumami Hoessein Enas of Galleria Al-Atiyah who is actually the daughter of renowned artist, the late Dato' Hoessein Enas. Her love for Muslim art is more than just reaching out to her spiritual goals, but most importantly she wants to spread the beauty of Islam through beautiful artworks. Lets's take a look of some of the paintings, calligraphy and other types of arts that screams contemporary and modern, suitable for all ages, races and religions. From my point of view, the paintings are beautiful and artistic in their own way and the calligraphy arts really capture my eyes. Having some of these artworks in my house will definitely make me feel at peace all time. Subhanallah. :)

This is Rohaizi Abdul Hai, the woman behind Haizi Boutique. Being a fashion designer has been her long time dream, and finally in 2013 her wish came true. I can recall in her speech she said, "It is never too late to start doing things that you love" and I absolutely agree. It is never too late, never. Even if you are 50, 60 years old, you want to do something, go for it. Don't let age be a factor and of course status is not a problem as well. There was a slot of fashion show during the launch and honestly I love most of the dresses. They are priced between RM59 up to RM600 if I'm not mistaken. What I love the most about her designs are because they are flowy, trendy and looks comfortable! Lets drool over at some of her fashion pieces. ;)

I really like the first one, I'm not sure what type of material it is but is so pretty! ^_^

A versatile kimono cardigan that can be worn as a casual or traditional outfit.

Sheila Majid in the house! She's so petite. :D

And the famous and lovely Aida Sue from http://www.wanista.com/ :)

Thank you to Syafiqah for being there too. Hehe seronok! ^_^

black glitter shawl | wangsawalk
beige bow lace top | oldblossombox
black blazer | dressmeup
coral pants | uniqlo
crossbody | pedro
black pump wedges | charles & keith
bronze cuff bracelet | diva
marble ring | forever 21


No. 6-2-1 (1st floor)
Sinaran TTDI
Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 3
Taman Tun Dr Ismail
60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

10.30 a.m. - 6.30 p.m.



If you love Islamic art and fashion, why not visit the store? I'm pretty sure you will find something you love. :)

Till then,

Sabby Prue

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