Mona and Nadia Al Zarooni celebrate the success of the exhibition in their creative way

The brainchild of two Emirati sisters, immortalizing the "Expo Dubai" logo in gold

  • Jewelery embodies the aesthetics of modern “Monogram” innovations.

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With luxury jewelry, an Emirati creative brand immortalizes the official logo of "Expo 2020 Dubai", and its beating heart, Al Wasl Square, as "Monogram" presents its collection of jewelry inspired by the event to celebrate the success of the first International Expo in the region.

"Monogram" incorporated elements of the "Expo 2020 Dubai" logo, and the famous Al-Wasl Dome, to design bracelets, earrings, necklaces and rings, imprinted with the exhibition's inscription.

Made of 18-karat yellow gold and silver, the unique collection showcases experimental designs in pearls and diamonds, embodying the aesthetic of modern Monogram creations.

The elegant, locally manufactured collection reflects Emirati heritage and culture, specifically the pearls that celebrate the UAE’s history in diving, the Arabic calligraphy that signifies national identity, and the magic inspired by the “Expo Dubai” logo in the form of a ring, which represents the country’s continuous development.

Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Dubai Design District, Monogram is the brainchild of two sisters, Mona Al Zarooni, a graphic designer, and Nadia Al Zarooni, an architect.

Mona said: “Expo 2020 Dubai is a milestone in the history of our nation, and we want people to have a souvenir of this achievement, with a design that combines our culture and our achievements.

We have sold 150 pieces from our Expo 2020 collection, but our focus is not on our sales, but on building relationships and spreading a positive image of Emirati culture, designs and crafts.”

For her part, Nadia Al Zarooni said: “Our participation in (Expo Dubai) stems from our patriotism, and we are proud to be part of this event, which aligns with our vision of becoming an internationally recognized design company that expresses our growing multidimensional Emirati culture.”

The “Expo” group includes luxury jewelry, camel leather bracelets, necklaces, and wooden frames, and its prices range between 365 and 5500 dirhams, and it is available until the 31st of this month on the “Monogram” website in the “Expo 2020 Dubai” global market.

Mona Al Zarooni:

"(Expo Dubai) is a milestone in the history of our nation, and we want people to have a memento of this achievement, with a design that combines our culture and our achievements."

Nadia Al Zarooni:

“We are proud to be part of the event that aligns with our vision to become an internationally recognized design company, and expresses our Emirati culture.”

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