MASHALLAH was created after styling Chicago’s most influential people for over eight years. When many well-heeled women took notice of my accessories I was wearing, they than asked me to custom design pieces for them.
My vibrant interpretation of individual style is a large part of my designs. Part street-style, part art-inspired and a large part of wear-ability. I strive to create accessories that everyone could wear whether it was day or night, in jeans or a gown, young or mature.
Versatility is essential to my collection so that these timeless pieces continue to be a manageable way of creating a sense of personal style. The MASHALLAH collection can be worn alone, stacked, layered or paired to create a sophisticated look or a bohemian edge.
"I sought to create accessories that signified my own individual style, fused all things I loved, and could be worn all the time."
In the beginning, I worked with my aunt Ikram Goldman, a monumental fashion figure in Chicago who influenced my desires to work in the fashion industry. In my early years I helped my uncle Sahir Saman, a talented artist and owner of the Marji Gallery based in New Mexico. I was fortunate enough to exude in my own right the natural artistic talent of my family heritage, and both talented relatives have left an imprint of inspiration that has propelled my own design decree.
My collection has always been influenced by my surroundings and the voice of my customers. Their per