The languid, sensual summers in between the travels of Al Battuta in the 14th century from the East to Malaysia and Sumatera is Ruzz Gahara’s starting point this season—or so Al-Battuta’s travel notes states. From the looks of the silks in China to the the long wrapping intricate batik sarongs from South East Asia the collection could have been revisiting India, the country that inspired most of his terrific journey in depth of textile camouflage between Marrakesh and the early Islamic rules in the Malay terrain. While this collection didn’t pack quite the knockout punch from literal middle east’s ‘full embroidery textile’, a hint of traditional Malay appliques is injected.