NINO-BISHTThe word bisht is derived from Akkadian ‘bishtu’, meaning ‘nobility’ or ‘dignity’.
A bisht (Arabic: بِشْت) or mishlaḥ (Arabic: مِشْلَح) or ʿabāʾ (Arabic: عَبَاء) is a traditional men’s cloak popular in the Arab world. It is a flowing outer cloak worn over a thawb. It is usually black, brown, beige, cream or grey in color. Secular officials or clergy usually wears it. It is a status garment, associated with royalty, religious position, wealth, and ceremonial occasions.
Ninousha’s Bishts are Designed by merging elements from both the East and West , making them attractive to people of all cultures, races, ethnicities and sexes. Ninousha’s Bishts UNITE humanity and remind everyone how important it is for all of us to live as ONE. They remind everyone that we are all ROYAL!