Thamanyah, Arabic for ‘Eight’, is a Paris-based label founded in 2011 by Ahmed Abdelrahman. Ahmed was born in 1981 in the United Arab Emirates, the newest protege of Michelle Lamy and Rick Owens. Thamanyah’s aesthetic is modern anti-conformist, high tailoring. Infusing voluminous silhouettes and lines of the modern male wardrobe from the Gulf countries and Italian bespoke tailoring, Thamanyah proposes a new silhouette that calls into question notions of race, religion and gender. The following articles will be available to purchase. Dervish Collared Falconary Shirt in white. Wrap-around band collar with press-stud fixtures. Off-center buttoned fly front. Thumb holes at sleeve cuffs. Tonal embroidered emblem at front. Dislocated Shoulder Funnel Neck Coat, in Black tech Nylon with a bit of sheen. Light, but still substantial in weight. Knitted Eastern Western Long Johns in Black tech-knit. It is soft, but have some structure. Blended, to not stretch too much. The tech-knit is the same one used by Azzedine Alaïa, and it is very good. Dislocated Shoulder Single Breasted Jacket in Black. Slim cut and high arm holes, still fitting a wide range of body frames. Tailored Sleeveless Printed T-Shirt in Black. Cool sleeveless tee with embroidery at front. Wide Fit Tailored Ventilation Shorts in Black. Cool concept, crossover paneling. Gloved “Heaven” Niqab Knitted Top in Black. Traditionally a garment for Muslim women. Kandora Onesie in Black. With trouser legs, more approachable with legs for a man. Razor Crotch Three Quarter Pants in Black. Foldover skirt panels at front and back. Viscose Modal Jacquard Scarf, in Black and Beige. First season introducing scarves in a falcon print throughout.