Style and grace: The luxurious fashion journey of Prince Mateen of Brunei’s wife

By Linh Le   February 15, 2024 | 11:32 pm PT
Yang Mulia Anisha Rosnah, Prince Mateen of Brunei’s spouse, has consistently demonstrated a keen fashion sense that aligns with luxury, marked by her selection of pieces from esteemed fashion houses like Hermès, Dior, and Chanel.
Yang Mulia Anisha Rosnah, Prince Mateen of Brunei’s wife. Photo from Instagram/modxmakeup

Yang Mulia Anisha Rosnah, Prince Mateen of Brunei’s wife. Photo from Instagram/modxmakeup

Tatler Magazine highlighted that at a polo match attended by Prince Mateen in Oct. 2023, Anisha captivated onlookers with her chic and sophisticated look, wearing Hermès Oran Sandals in Bleu Brut and an F. P. Journe watch, epitomizing understated elegance perfectly suited for the event.

Never faltering in showcasing her affinity for high-end fashion, the princess’ fashion prowess was unmistakable at the Elie Saab Haute Couture show in Paris on Jan. 25, where she dazzled in an embellished Elie Saab jumpsuit, complemented by a Lady Dior bag and black satin Prada heels.

A visit to Thailand with friends earlier in the month saw her in a chic Valentino suit paired with an Hermès Mini Kelly bag, embodying both glamor and sophistication.

The princess chose Chanel trousers featuring a woolen patterned knit during the commencement of the All Asia Cup on Feb. 8. She was seen in a vibrant silk Valentino shirt dress in royal blue, a color she frequently adorns, at a polo match during the championship two days later.

At 29, Anisha Rosnah is not only recognized for her fashion sense but also as an alumna of the University of Bath. She is also the founder of Silk Collective and the co-founder of Authentirary, a company dedicated to cultural experience tourism.

Her lineage is notable, with her grandfather Pehin Dato Isa currently serving as a special advisor to the Sultan of Brunei and holding significant government roles in the 1960s and 1970s.

Her brother Danial Deen Isa-Kalebic is a close acquaintance of Prince Mateen, and her sister-in-law Janetira Attaskulchai Deen is associated with Thailand’s Betagen yogurt dynasty.

Prince Mateen, 32, is the tenth child and fourth son of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah. The Sultan’s immense wealth, estimated at nearly US$28 billion by Time Magazine, is manifest in his ownership of several jets, hundreds of Rolls Royces, Ferraris, and a 1,700-room palace.

Tatler Magazine included the prince in its list of Asia’s most sought-after bachelors in 2016.

The union of the couple was celebrated in a grand ceremony spanning Jan. 7-16, drawing 5,000 attendees, including international dignitaries and royalty.

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