Suitsupply Teams Up With Dubai-Based Influencers

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Mohammed Saeed Harib

Working with local personalities for its latest campaign

Dutch tailoring brand Suitsupply has enlisted the help of three Dubai influencers to promote its latest clothing – as well as its new stores in the city. Freej creator, cartoonist, director and producer Mohammed Saeed Harib; gastropreneur Joey Ghazal; and nightlight/advertising entrepreneur Elie Lahoud have all released videos as part of the campaign, wearing items from Suitsupply’s spring/summer collection.

Mohammed Saeed Harib first released Freej, the hit UAE cartoon series, in 2006. His fashion sense is an extension of his personality and work, but also a reflection of his life as an Emirati. Check out his video here:

Born in Montreal and raised in Dubai, Joey Ghazal is the founder and managing partner of The Maine Oyster Bar & Grill, The Maine Street Eatery and Barbary Deli & Cocktail Club in the city. Find his video here:

Elie Lahoud is a nightlife entrepreneur and advertising guru of Lebanese descent, raised in Dubai. He is also a fitness advocate. His video is here:

Founded in 2000, Suitsupply now has more than 100 international stores. In Dubai, it has locations in City Walk, DIFC and Mall of the Emirates. Browse its suits, jackets, shoes, outerwear and accessories, and also visit the Custom Made department, an in-store tailor for on-demand alterations. You might even see one of the new Dubai ambassadors popping in.

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