Fahad Hussayn – a name all of us heard time and time again throughout the past decade. Whether you were a potential bride or not, you knew of him and his designer bridal outfits.
He had just wrapped up at a fashion week 2 months ago, showing his collection and everything seemed fine.
And then… his Instagram bio changed to “closed for business”
Following this, came a long Instagram post talking about how Fahad Hussayn has filed for bankruptcy.
“For as long as I can remember , art & fashion is what I wanted to do for the rest of my life , spending more than a decade learning the crafts & building my brand to what I always thought it should be , I completely failed to realise my biggest shortcomings , as an artist I’ve struggled with business skills , I thought with time and resources I could make my vision come to life on my own , but sadly not everything works out the way you want , maybe I don’t want to do the business , I just want to keep on creating art ,hence , with a heavy heart , Thank you to each one of you who shared your most precious moments with us with your beauty and je ne sais quois!
Fahad Hussayn as a brand is proud and very grateful for the amazing journey through the years creating iconic looks, memorable fashion moments and generations of beautiful brides through our work.
In turnout to events that did not work in our favour, the brand has undergone bankruptcy and with a heavy heart, We are stepping down from business and bid you all adieu for this chapter in our story.
My humble apologies for any mishandling on our part & Thank you once again for the love, support and appreciation – goodbye. Fahad Hussayn”
This comes a while after a few brides complained online about not getting their dresses delivered, some had issues with refunds and were all very disappointed.
Now seeing what was happening behind the scenes, it makes sense why.
Fahad Hussayn is officially “closed for business”