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Karim Mekhtigian: ARCHITECT WITH A MISSION

In the challenging environment surrounding us today, it is refreshing to come across an inspiring personality like architect/designer Karim Mekhtigian, who projects a sense...

Design for a cause

Over the years, eniGma has covered the rise of young Egyptian designers and brands making their mark in the Egyptian market and abroad.  In...

Footwear of the future

Twenty eight-year-old Jayda Hany is a veritable pioneer footwear designer.  Not only are her shoe designs unique, but so is the high tech process...

SHADIA

Since the late 1940s, Shadia was the Egyptian screen’s sweetest girl next door who captivated everyone’s hearts with her charm and her silky, playful...

Exclusive footage from eniGma’s 3rd Celebration of Arab Glamour & Success...

On the 7th of August 2017, in its 3rd annual Celebration of Arab Glamour & Success in Beverly Hills, California , Enigma magazine, the...

In Memoriam

It is with great sadness that I mourn the passing of my dear friend, Nagwa Shoeb. I also mourn her in Enigma’s name, not...

Society Stars Making Waves in Business

Intelligent, charming, dedicated and tenacious, these individuals have been tried and tested every step of the way. Although it may seem that they were...

Farida Temraz

Fashion design is a very competitive field. It takes a special type of personality to challenge the established order and make a tangible impact...

Okhtein

Intrigued by the fact that two young ladies were capable of creating, developing, designing and booming a successful brand, especially at the start of...

Kojak

With his now trademark mustache and widely experimental clothes, most people peg Mohanad Kojak as just another fashion designer who attempts to stir up...

Enigma Magazine’s 2nd Celebration of Arab Glamour & Success

Since its launch in 2000, eniGma, the Arab world’s top international lifestyle magazine, has been highlighting Arab glamour, culture, and success in its features...

La Dolce Dina

Dina doesn’t give a damn. Because this is her art. And she is prepared to “suffer for it”. Cliché? Yes, of course. But Dina...