For the past five decades, Inaash has been dedicated to training and empowering over 2500 women in refugee camps throughout Lebanon. Currently, the organization provides employment opportunities for more than 350 women. At the core of every Inaash creation lies the rich history of Palestine, beautifully expressed through its distinctive visual heritage of embroidery, reflected in the stitches, colors, and motifs.
Inaash is renowned as a Lebanese organization that produces exquisite, handcrafted artisanal products. Our hallmark is the intricate and iconic traditional embroidery. Our diverse selection encompasses abayas, coats, jackets, shawls, dresses, as well as cushions, tableware, and various household accessories.
Today, Inaash's in-house designers collaborate with both local and international artists and designers to revitalize and modernize their designs. Esteemed individuals such as Nada Debs, Rabih Keyrouz, Dina Kamal, Nafissa, May Daouk, Mira Hayek, Creative Space Beirut, Ecru Online, Omar Nasser, and Jason Steel have contributed to expanding Inaash's range.
Utilizing Inaash's extensive collection of samples, sourced from traditional dresses and costumes, these designers skillfully adapt centuries-old stitches and patterns to fit the aesthetic preferences of discerning collectors worldwide in the 21st century.
Inaash's exceptional products have been showcased in prestigious institutions such as the Smithsonian Museum, the British Museum, the Pompidou Center in Paris, Tate Modern in London, the Al Sadu Museum in Kuwait, Sheikh Ebrahim Bin Mohammad Al Khalifa Center in Bahrain, as well as in exhibitions across various cities including New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Paris, London, Abu Dhabi, Al Manama, Dubai, Doha, and Riyadh.
3 million pieces
Produced over 3,000,000 traditional and modern embroidery pieces.
Organized and participated in more than 80 exhibits in MENA and EU.
Trained more than 2,000 Palestinian women in the camps.