Over the seasons, they do vary but at this point the Miss Essex and Ascot neckwear range are currently our best sellers so grab yours now before they run out. They are all hand embellished and part of a limited collection.
- 100% Silk tie
- Black velvet ribbon enclosure
- Red silk lining
- 38cm length
- 8cm wide
The word “BIBI” means “esteemed lady” in Arabic and “Sab” is Sabah’s nickname.
Sabah Mauladad is a London based designer as well as the founder of BIBISAB. She launched her luxury neckwear brand online, BIBISAB where she turned her attention to neckwear with a mission to elevate embellished ties as that must have stylish wardrobe essential. She worked for more than a decade in the luxury fashion industry including Harrods, Selfridges and Net-a-porter.
Sabah has a Post Graduate in Footwear and Accessories, with distinction, from London College of Fashion; BA in Fashion Design from PIFD affiliated with Le Chambre Syndicale De La Couture, Paris, France.
She is featured on the cover book of V&A “British Asian Style | Fashion & Textiles past & present” book sold in Victoria & Albert Museum Bookshop. Sabah’s neckwear designs always won her admiration for style and flair. Armed with a sharp fashion sense, she develops her own embroidery motifs for the neckties. She realised that both men and women were looking for that added bit of elegance that a tie can bring to an outfit. So she set about her task with passion and creativity resulting in BIBISAB’s dazzling exclusive neckwear collection.
“BIBISAB’s neckties can go with casual shirts, dresses, classic collar shirts as well as suits and still appear elegant and feminine. I will set a trend where the modern women would love wearing neckties.” – Sabah
BIBISAB’s neckties are hand-embellished, exclusive and not mass produced. All neckties are hand made to high standards. They are unique beautiful pieces artfully embellished with Swarovski crystals, hand-embroidered sequins and gems that exude a luxurious look and feel. Perfect for making that bold eye catching statement or grabbing attention on special events.