Brands and Designers to Shop in Support of Palestine

Given the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Palestine, it is crucial to raise awareness, educate ourselves, and support in any way that we can, whether that be through attending protests, researching or supporting Palestinian businesses. While purchasing products is by no means a solution, for those with the financial means, it's another way to show support and ensure that your efforts have a direct impact and reach the right people.

As a result, we've rounded up a number of both Palestinian-owned brands and other labels that are donating profits that aim to embody resilience, creativity and a sense of community. This is by no means an exhaustive list or a substitute for direct action, but instead, a chance to highlight the brands and designers raising awareness, using their platforms and sharing donations.

Below, we share a number of fashion, beauty and lifestyle labels either owned by Palestinian founders or donating a portion of their proceeds towards supporting victims in Gaza. For more information on what's currently happening, head to BBC News for detailed coverage. Stay updated on the issue through resources like LET'S TALK PALESTINE, IMEU, Jewish Voice for Peace and Human Rights Watch.

1309 Studios

Qatar-based label 1309 Studios recently launched its latest drop, Siren in Motion. For three days, the brand announced that all sales would be donated to Palestinian relief organizations. Within the drop, the brand also collaborated with Palestinian artist Bayan Dahdah to create one of its signature abayas inspired by tranquility and serenity. At present, the brand is also working on creating a new abaya dedicated to Palestine, with all proceeds once again donated to the Palestinian community.

Aune Collections

Founder Xenab Lone Jamil took to Instagram to share a new, limited-edition collection that consists of made-to-measure long-sleeved tops and vests. Crafted in the colors of the Palestinian flag, the sleeved pieces feature the words "Free Palestine" with mesh inserts, with proceeds donated to Medical Aid for Palestinians.

Vela Scarves


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Vela Scarves became widely known for their Free Palestine hoodies, expanding their product offering from hand-dyed hijabs. The slow fashion brand consists of just 10 people and works with women artisans across India to create their pieces, with proceeds of the Free Palestine hoodie going towards Healing Our Homeland.



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Dubai-based label Activeist recently introduced a new Palestine tote bag into its core accessories range, crafted from recycled cotton. 20% of all bag sales will be donated to Emirates Red Crescent to support the people of Gaza.

Adala Apparel

Adala Apparel was created in 2021 in order to raise awareness for causes that matter. The brand is currently focusing its efforts on fundraising for victims in Palestine through collections inspired by the state's signs and symbols of resistance, including the watermelon and the keffiyeh.



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Dubai-based fragrance label Arcadia creates unisex fragrances that are paraben, cruelty and chemical free. At present, Arcadia is working with the "Tarahum for Gaza" campaign, donating 50% of its proceeds to victims in Gaza.


Hindhilal is a Palestinian design studio and atelier, centering around contemporary tailoring and traditional artistry. Established in 2019, the brand aims to fuse heritage craftsmanship and quality materials with modern cuts and silhouettes, offering a timeless collection of wardrobe staples.

Trashy Clothing


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Trashy Clothing is an "anti luxury luxury label from Palestine," blending satire, kitsch and wit. Offering a commentary on political circumstances, the brand aims to question Western power dynamics and aesthetic norms in order to change perceptions, tackle societal issues and tell stories.

nöl collective

Each of nol collective's garments are handmade in Palestine, working alongside family-owned businesses, artisan groups and women's collectives, utilizing traditional and ancestral techniques. Drawing inspiration from Palestinian and Levantine designs, the brand embodies a slow fashion approach resulting in intentionally made garments. is a Pakistani-American "souvenir shop" which offers a selection of T-shirts, caps, tote bags, vinyls and vintage novelty pieces. At present, the brand has postponed its upcoming releases in order to continue highlighting the tragic events happening in Palestine. Its newly-released "Azadi" T-shirt features the words "Free Palestine" in Urdu and will see 100% of proceeds donated to non-profit organization, the PCRF.