Debut in Paris 2007
FARAH KHAN’s heritage of signature embelishments by Asians artisan are hand sewn, bead by bead compassing techniques handed down over centuries.
Stylish designs to capture playful individual spirit
As one of the most influential women in Southeast Asian fashion, Malaysia-based fashion entrepreneur Farah Khan established her own eponymous brand, FARAH KHAN in 2007, fuelled by an intention to reinvent the way modern women dress.Combining intricate artisanal Asian beadwork with versatile fabrics, the FARAH KHAN aesthetic is bold and glamorous. With statement red-carpet pieces, playful separates and cocktail dresses, every fashion item is designed to travel well, perfect for both the corporate Jet-Setter and Modern Millennial.
From dressing international personalities like Bella Hadid, Gigi Hadid, Mariah Carey and Giuliana Rancic to Hollywood darlings Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens and Sarah Hyland, the FARAH KHAN appeal lies in an innate understanding of the modern woman.
Outside of the boardroom, Farah Khan is a mother and a philanthropist and devotes most of her time to charities with a particular emphasis on causes benefiting children.
|2015||FARAH KHAN opens their latest standalone branded store at Seminyak Village Mall in Bali.|
|2014||To date, FARAH KHAN is available at over 70 cities worldwide including Milan, Sao Paulo, Dubai, Moscow, New York and more.|
|2013||FARAH KHAN expanded further with two standalone stores in Suria KLCC, Malaysia and Plaza Indonesia, Jakarta.|
|2011||The brand entered the Indonesian market. As Asia’s playground for the rich and famous, Bali was the perfect place for the brand’s debut of its pioneer standalone store at the W Retreat & Spa in Seminyak.|
|2008||FARAH KHAN became the first Malaysian designer brand to be sold in over 31 cities around the world including Milan, Sao Paulo, Dubai, Moscow, New York and more.|
|2007||The FARAH KHAN brand made its debut when founder and creative director Farah Khan showcased the collection at the Tranoi tradeshow in Avenue Montaigne, Paris.|