Who is Safa Siddiqui from 'Dubai Bling'? Meet the show's resident fashion designer

Reality TV star Safa Siddiqui is making a name for herself in Dubai and the design world

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All of the fashions are fierce on Dubai Bling, but the show's resident clothes queen is undoubtedly Safa Siddiqui.

Netflix's latest foray into luxury brings viewers to the United Arab Emirates, where Siddiqui and the rest of the Dubai Bling cast are providing us a sneak peek into their opulent worlds. (Spoiler alert: the Dubai Bling cast net worth is a pretty accurate indication of the series' overall glitz and glamour.) 

Safa Siddiqui, one of reality TV's newcomers, zipped up into our binge queues in her grey Lambo, but who is this designer-clad socialite? Allow us to introduce you.

Who is Safa Siddiqui from 'Dubai Bling'?

Although Safa Siddiqui began her career in a corporate environment and tackled real estate, she had always dreamt of making it in the design world. (Her glorious wardrobe of Louis Vuitton and Hermès likely gave that desire away.) 

"I have always loved fashion and wanted to design clothes for as long as I can remember," she told Cosmopolitan Middle East (opens in new tab). "People around me have always admired my sense of style. I was the person friends and family came to for fashion advice."

During her break from her previous professional life, the Iraqi-British transplant decided it was finally time to give fashion a go, and we see her new career—and debut fashion show—unfold during the first season of Dubai Bling

"Relocating to a new place is always a huge risk," Siddiqui further told Cosmo. "The biggest fear I had was moving to Dubai and having that failure haunt me for the rest of my life. However, as soon as I got to Dubai, I recognized the city for what it truly is, the land of growth and opportunities."

Although she might not be the wealthiest cast member on the show quite yet—she's reportedly worth anywhere between $180,000 and $1.28 million—perhaps come Dubai Bling season 2, the up-and-coming designer will have successfully launched her luxury fashion brand. Time will tell how everything will play out in the City of Gold.

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Safa Siddiqui age: how old is she?

Born on August 7, 1990, in London, UK, Safa Siddiqui is 32 years old (and a Leo for the astrologically curious). She is one of the younger cast mates on Dubai Bling, alongside fellow thirtysomethings Loujain Adada and Zeina Khoury, to name just a few faces of the show.

Safa Siddiqui net worth: what is it?

There are many estimates about Safa Siddiqui's net worth floating around the internet, with various outlets reporting from $180,000 to $1.28 million. That's obviously a wide range but we're guessing that the real figure falls comfortably in the middle.

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Safa Siddiqui husband: who is she married to?

Together, Safa Siddiqui and her husband Fahad Siddiqui share a two-year-old daughter. Fahad himself is no stranger to wealth, either, as he's gifted his wife with a beautiful Dubai apartment, a private chef and name-brand clothes for her wardrobe.

Though things seem rosy for the couple, if you ask Dubai Bling co-star Ebraheem al Samadi, it's all superficial: "She married a rich guy, spends his money, and talks about people," he candidly revealed on the new series.

Welp, what would reality TV be without petty jealousy and a helping of drama, right? Now is the time to get acquainted with Safa Siddiqui and the rest of the Dubai crew. Your couch is practically begging you for a Netflix marathon, anyway. 

The first season of Dubai Bling is now streaming on Netflix. Catch other shows like Bling Empire and Dubai Bling for more jaw-dropping glitz and glam.

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


The heart of her time at Future has been devoted to My Imperfect Life, where she's been attuned to the cosmos, new TV shows and relationship trends.  


Before her time at Future, Danielle was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Her work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, amNewYork and Newsday, among other outlets. 


When Danielle is not working, you can usually find her reading a book, coffee at hand, or attempting a new recipe. (Recommendations always welcome!)