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Local Brand Boemo Serves Homespun Aesthetics With Patchwork Jackets

Named after the Italian word for 'bohemian', Boemo's inspiration mainly comes from iconic artists that are known for their juxtaposition of texture and colour, like Gustav Klimt and Henri Matisse.

There’s “bohemian fashion” that’s mass-produced in a factory far from home, and there’s Boemo. Founded by Abeer and Ingy, a mother-daughter duo, this local slow fashion label creates handmade clothing that more often than not is only produced once, offering pieces that are truly one of a kind.


"Each one of our beloved clientele owns a piece that is exclusive to them, and accordingly provides a message that resonates with them," the owners tell SceneStyled. "Boemo was born out of an idea to mix fine art and fashion, where the garment or jacket is designed and dealt with as if it was a distinctive painting."


Abeer, Ingy’s mother, is an artist and an art dealer who spent her life enamored by art. Named after the Italian word for 'bohemian', Boemo's inspiration mainly comes from iconic artists that are known for their juxtaposition of texture and colour, like Gustav Klimt and Henri Matisse.



Boemo's style is best described as a bewitching gypsy-bohemian style wrapped around Victorian nostalgia. Many of their pieces utilise tulle layers and patchwork, and  employ a marvellous use of texturing, with an emphasis on velvet and animal prints. The end result is something resembling a meeting point between Stevie Nicks and an Amazonian warrior.