Grey Sheep


montreal / canada


parsons paris school of art and design

Graduation year


MARAM, meaning ‘aspiration’ in old-arabic, was launched in 2014 by the Egyptian designer Maram Aboul Enein. After moving to Paris to study at the prestigious Parsons (Paris), Maram trained under legendary fashion names such as Zac Posen and Pierre Balmain before deciding to launch her own label. Maram received multiple awards as a student including the 'Sophie Hallette Lace Prize' in Paris 2012 and her collections were featured on various under-ground french press.

Most recently, MARAM presented her collections in showrooms in New York, Milan and Paris as well as a debut runway show during the World Master Card Toronto Fashion Week. Custom-made pieces were exhibited at the annual International Fashion Showcase organised by the British Fashion Council during London Fashion Week.
MARAM has been featured in various International Press such as ELLE, FASHION and FLARE Magazine.

MARAM’s collections are defined as an intricate merge of various traditional craftsmanship techniques with unconventional design. The careful fusion of opulent furs, leather quilting, embroidery and intricately panelled construction define the brand’s statement looks.

The MARAM woman is daring,refined and dignified.

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