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Redefining chic youth culture in the Middle East

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KHAMSA, the latest digital magazine catering to the chic youth of the Middle East, has recently been launched in Dubai.

KHAMSA offers a wealth of content covering fashion, gastronomy, music, the latest design trends, as well as culture and travel within the region and beyond

KHAMSA, the latest digital magazine catering to the chic youth of the Middle East, has recently been launched in Dubai.

With an English edition already available and an Arabic version in the works, KHAMSA offers a wealth of content covering fashion, gastronomy, music, the latest design trends, as well as culture and travel within the region and beyond.

KHAMSA provides insightful portraits of individuals who contribute to the success of the Middle East, hailing from cities like Dubai, Riyadh, Beirut, Manama, Cairo, or Abu Dhabi.

The website boasts a clean design with soft and elegant graphics, complemented by beautiful illustrations.

With its diverse and engaging content, KHAMSA is set to become a premier destination for the stylish and culturally savvy youth of the Middle East.

The term "KHAMSA" is of Arabic origin and literally translates to "five" in English.

However, it is also used to refer to a symbol of protection and luck in various cultures of the Middle East and North Africa.

This symbol, often depicted as an open hand with five fingers, is believed to protect its wearer from the evil eye and bring happiness and prosperity.

It is widely used in decoration, jewelry, and other handmade objects in regions where it is considered an important symbol.

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