Sunday Letter Fashion and Peace News (September 19 to 25)

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Muslim Modeling Agency in New York is Getting Traction

Summary: The New Yorker recently wrote a story on the modest modelling agency Underwraps, which is working to prove that elegant fashion and Islam are no incompatible.

Source: The New Yorker

 


 

picture124 Comfortable And Stylish Hijabi Mommy Outfits

Summary: Being a mom means to be beautiful and fashionable. Here is how.

Source: Goltune

 

 

 

 


 

picture13Muslim Woman Indonesian Designer Attracted All Attentions at the New York Fashion Week

Summary: New York Fashion Week has traditionally been filled with catwalks displaying Western fashion, but in 2016 the most remarkable event displayed         modest and traditional Muslim clothing from an Indonesian designer.

Source: Goltune

 


picture14Anecdote of A Muslim Woman In Mecca During Haj

Summary: The New York Times recently published a story about the pilgrimage to Mecca from a Muslim woman’s perspective.

Source: The New York Times

 


 

picture15Food Friday: Carrot Jam

Summary: Carrot Jam is a colorful and delicious part of a heartfelt autumn. You can cook this recipe to experience it for yourself.

Source: Goltune

 

 


 

picture16Be Our Guest

Summary: At Goltune, we’re trying to create a new section of our site specifically for talented guest bloggers to write passionately about issues affecting Muslim women.  Source: Goltune

 


 

picture17Fashionable Muslim Women project displays beauty

Summary: Goltune recently went to Seattle to conduct their Fashionable Muslim Women project.

Source: Goltune

 


 

picture19Muslim Women Summit draws thousands

 

Summary: A recent Muslim Women Summit in Malaysia gathered a crowd of thousands in a sign of solidarity and unity.

 

Source: World Bulletin

 


 

picture120An Islamic fashionista supports Clinton with donations

 

Summary: A $2700 donation to Clinton came from Alpine’s Sarah Ansari, founder and CEO of Islamic fashion company Artizara.

 

Source: The San Diego Reader