King Noor LA is an LA based fashion company aimed at uniting western styles with Afghanistan hijab styles and fashion. Designing leading and modern street wear that pays tribute to the Muslim, Islamic, and Afghanistan heritage while still showing appreciation for Western styles and culture. With leading tees, hoodies, and scarves, fellow Middle Eastern and Afghan millennial in America can pay tribute to their heritage with King Noor Afghan clothing, while still staying ahead of the fashion curve.

King Noor is deeply rooted in the Afghan community. Our line stays on top of the latest street fashion and Muslim fashion, understanding the most modern Islamic and Afghan fashion we create an art that is truly special to the Afghan heritage of art and culture.

All our shirts are designed by Angela Ahmadi, an Afghan American graphic artist dedicated to inspiring the Afghan community through her work. Each product features her exclusive work and hours of preparation and creativity.

King Noor LA



KINGNOORLA was born in early September of 2013 by creative designer and founder, Angela Ahmadi. As an Afghan American growing up in her town of Los Angeles, Angela was deeply interested with design since an early age. After graduating with a degree in Apparel Manufacturing Management from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, she had her intentions set on creating a clothing line. However, after her recent eye-opening journey to Afghanistan in 2010, Angela was not just set on creating a fashion line, but inspired to create a brand focused on empowering Afghanistan. During her visit to Kabul, she noticed that the country had a relatively uncompetitive fashion market, as well as a lack of fashion designers. With this brand, Angela aims at targeting this niche market by utilizing Western culture as her source of versatility. "Noor" meaning light and "King" embodying an entity of high-power, King Noor ultimately stands for providing inspiration and power to Afghanistan by shining a positive light on the country and it’s people.