HOUSE OF CENMAR
Cenmar was founded in London in 2017, It was launched by a Saudi designer that worked passionately and hard to infuse the spirit of Arab heritage in it.
Hamed Aldabbour chose the name "Cenmar", which means "the moon" in the ancient Arabic language. Cenmar is an indispensable attribute of beauty among the Arabs, which was used in their poems and hadiths .
It began to expand and spread, it has branches in Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Kuwait Qatar, US & London,
Referencing Arabian culture, the street-wear label fuses quality craftsmanship, artistic heritage and contemporary style for its elaborate east-meets-west aesthetic, and is currently on display at The National Museum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Aldabbour, who has full creative control over Cenmar’s pieces, works with designers in London and Italy for his unique, unapologetic prints that are intrinsic to the label. Merging cultures and drawing inspiration from Islamic art, global cityscapes, historic buildings, faith and animal motifs (in particular, the wolf, cheetah, falcon and horse), he encourages wearers to express their individual style. Aldabbour is committed to an elevated take on streetwear, which is well received by international TV channels and magazines. The couture influenced designer, who has a longstanding passion for creativity and artisan-ship, fine tunes every detail to ensure pieces remain in their wearers wardrobes for many years to come.