Syrian-born designer Rami Al Ali developed an interest in fashion while studying at the college of Fine Arts in Damascus. Not surprisingly, immediately after graduation, Rami began a fast-paced career in the fashion industry in Dubai and Beirut. It was in these two big cities that he worked with leading regional fashion houses.

In 2001 he established his own brand, named Rami Al Ali Couture, in Dubai. After a series of fashion shows in the Gulf countries, Al Ali gained popularity; his designs began to appear on the pages of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle and Business of Fashion.

In 2006, Al Ali was invited by La Mode En Images to take part in the opening ceremony of the Asian Games in Qatar.

Later, his fashion house collaborated with many famous artists, such as architect Viktor Udzenija, who designed the installation in the Dubai Design District, as well as with famous brands: Nadine Kanso, Charles & Keith, Royal Jet, Bulgari, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and Messika.

Al Ali’s success was reaffirmed when the Middle East Magazine named him as one of the top 50 most influential Arabs.

In January 2012, Rami made his debut at the Haute Couture Week in Paris, his clothes became in demand among the stars of the first magnitude. Designs by Al Ali were worn by Beyoncé, Eva Longoria, Jennifer Lopez, Naomi Campbell, Carrie Underwood, Julianne Moore.

Rami Al Ali works with the Dubai Design and Fashion Council (DDFC) as a mentor to help discover new talent among young people.