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Merabi’s foray into fashion began while she was organising events alongside her international hockey career. She responded to her personal desire for pieces that allowed her to experiment freely with fashion. Faced with a market saturated with replica designs, poor fit and quality along with overpriced dresses, Merabi decided to change this. 

In 2010, she starts by teaching herself to sew via YouTube tutorials.


With her sewing skills expanding, Nadine’s confidence in her own ability and the brand’s potential continue to thrive. Inserting a zip is her latest technical achievement and her eponymous dresses start to gain attention from high-profile customers.


Just two years after the inception of her first designs, Nadine Merabi makes her debut at Manchester Fashion Week with the spring/summer collection taking to the catwalk in April. 

By October, Selfridges has placed an order and Nadine delivered the garments in just three months. Still a one woman team, she makes this happen by devoting all her time to the garments and working from her bedroom. 


Nadine Merabi makes her London Fashion Week debut.


In November, five years into her fashion journey, Nadine launches her namesake brand, Nadine Merabi, and starts working with Blue Wilson, who joins as managing director.


March sees the launch of the Arabella dress, cementing itself as a signature style for Nadine Merabi, with names including actor Michelle Keegan sporting the style. Later that year, Nadine Merabi hosts a fashion show in Malta.


In March, Spice Girl and women’s rights activist, Mel B wears Nadine Merabi. September sees the brand hosting its very first pop-up event at the Rosewood Hotel in London.


April saw the birth of the Bella jumpsuit, which quickly became a must-have style. 

A few months later in August, Nadine Merabi hits a major milestone by achieving 100K followers on Instagram. The first resort wear collection launches in September.


#MERABIONTOUR launches in February in London, Los Angeles, and New York. culminating with an event hosting over 100 influencers in LA. As spring arrives, Nadine marries her beau-to-be Frank wearing Merabi Bridal.

By June, the brand is verified on Instagram and the following month it hosts its first dinner event in the capital attended by inspiring women from a wide range of industries. In August, supermodel Naomi Campbell wears her namesake dress, the Naomi. As the year comes to a close, the newly launched Olivia dress becomes a best-selling style.


January arrives and Nadine Merabi hits 250K followers on Instagram. 

In July, Power Women — a platform where remarkable women share their story and discuss their journeys — is launched. A new addition to the Merabi family, Víví Merabi Ellis, is born in May. December sees the launch of the popular Darcie pyjamas in pink and they prove an instant hit. 


Nadine Merabi Bridal launches in April to brilliant reception, which is swiftly followed by achieving half a million followers on Instagram. 

As the year comes to a close, things show no sign of slowing down. The Monique, Freya and Rachel styles make a grand return to the collection and swiftly sell out. In November, the autumn/winter collection is launched and soon worn by Strictly hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman. A new arrival, Etti Ellis, makes sure that 2021 comes to a close in a memorable fashion. 


2022 welcomes a new slew of Nadine Merabi women into the fold, including the inimitable Kate Moss, who is photographed in the Darcie pyjamas, and Sofia Vergara, who is captured wearing the Katie black dress. Alongside these new fans is a renewed sense of hope, excitement and creativity that proves this is literally just the beginning for Nadine Merabi.