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Ghada Zada poses wearing a dress she designed.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
Jordanian fashion designer Ghada Zada, who is also a breast cancer patient, spreads hope and positivity with her work.
Zada's impeccable work allows her to create innovative ideas that could last a lifetime.
Zada was always looking for an inspiration to create a unique fashion trend.
Ghada looks at her followers on instagram, at her house in Amman.
The designer started off by mixing designs from different cultures to give a chic look.
All this while she is fighting her own battle of surviving breast cancer.
Zada's collection "Oriental Charms," is everything glamorous and sophisticated.
The designer mixes cultures by giving each design a distinctive yet modern fashionable look.
Ghada Zada reads a book at her house in Amman.
Zada’s work aims at allowing women all over the world fighting breast cancer to look forward for positivity and hope in life.
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