Model Rubina Dyan is styled by Deborah Afshani in '70's Way This Summer', lensed by Jack Waterlot in Vogue Arabia April 2017./ Hair by Joey George; makeup by Ayami Nishimura
Vogue Arabia is already on its second editor with the firing of Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz, called "the Anna Wintour of the Middle East'. The publication launched with a March 2017 issue with a controversial cover featuring American Muslim Gigi Hadid, shot by Inez & Vinoodh. The April cover featured Imaan Hammam, a Dutch model of Egyptian and Moroccan descent.
Condé Nast veteran Manuel Arnaut, who started at the company in 2004 as a writer and editor at Vogue Portugal and GQ Portugal and who is also the current editor in chief of Architectural Digest Middle East is now also the editor of Vogue Arabia. The magazine was launched in partnership with Dubai-based publishing company Nervora, and debuted with a dual-language website in Arabic and English last year