Over the years, the exhibition has gained a reputation as a leading platform for modest Arab fashion in the region and around the world. The event and its activities are expected to continue until December 17 with the participation of 130 exhibitors and designers from 10 countries.
For six days, the exhibition welcomes fashion enthusiasts and trendsetters from the region and the world. Heya will host a range of distinctive exhibits including, but not limited to, abayas, caftans, dresses, accessories, cosmetics and fragrances. The side events of the exhibition will host eight fashion shows, four workshops, nine dialogue sessions, four special seminars and numerous entertainment segments, with the participation of some of the most renowned fashion experts in Qatar and in the region, according to a press statement.
The exhibition will open its doors free of charge to visitors from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day, and from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday. While the first day of the exhibition will be open to men and women, the remaining days will be reserved for women. In addition, children under the age of 13 will not be allowed to enter the exhibition.
The 18th edition of the fair will apply the precautionary measures set by the Ministry of Public Health regarding the organization of exhibitions and tourist events. To ensure easy access for visitors to the exhibition, the public should register via https://www.visitqatar.qa/en/events/heya