A look can never be complete without a statement pair of shoes or an eye-catching clutch. Globally renowned label NICOLI embraces this notion; crafting designs that elevates your aura after having officially opened its doors on Bond Street London.

The luxury brand, which has been based in Dubai since its establishment in 2004, works with artisan factories across the globe, operating hand in hand within the region to create a global impact. Also building a global footprint, NICOLI aspires to continue with this ethos through its newest boutique.

Drawing on the craftsmanship and knowledge of their artisans ensures NICOLI is always at the forefront of trends and innovation. From embellishments to silhouettes and finishing touches, the team is constantly working on something special for its elite clientele.

Loved by Hollywood’s elite, NICOLI has been spotted on the likes of Heidi Klum, Tiffany Haddish, Kathy Griffin and so many more. It is also treasured by women across the region for its dazzling and sophisticated designs. 


Giving women glamorous yet comfortable height options that exudes style, NICOLI thus becomes their ultimate confidante. NICOLI offers varied and stunning style options from flats, block heel sandals, pumps and more that have become a wardrobe staple for the women of today.

NICOLI captures the essence of the modest trendsetters who fancy the diamanté embellished designs to be the star of the show. The same attention to detail has been nurtured in NICOLI’s line of handbags and clutches, with most designs also featuring the brand’s signature diamanté detailing.

Speaking about the launch of its newest store in London, Khurram says “ With this opening, we want to be able to offer our customers an iconic experience by bringing together a collection that combines vibrant, sharp and traditional pieces to expose their style and creativity. Allowing for complete quality control, the pieces create an unmistakable yet irresistible charm to last through any occasion and capture every single eye in the room.”