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When Ghina Arslan is not working as a finance associate at the United Nations Development Program or taking care of her family, she is working on what she calls her "baby project".Following in her footsteps, Ghina started a business manufacturing handmade towels from which all the proceeds go to charity. Through it, she expresses her passion for design and commitment to helping others. Speaking to The Daily Star from her residence in Ramlet al-Baida, Arslan talked about her reasons for starting the project, the different facets of her work in design, and her latest collection of towels. Decorated with butterflies, flowers, lucky charms, and cultural symbols like the Hand of Fatima, she draws inspiration from a wide range of sources. Ghina designs towels and baby sets, which are then crafted by a group of tailors from across Lebanon. Prices range from $10 to $300 depending on the complexity of the design.Already an avid follower of fashion trends, Ghina researched new and stylish designs for her first collection, launched last summer.Ghina named her brand Karma after her baby girl.Project Karma is something Ghina would like to leave for her daughter in the future.
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