Haute Hijab, a direct-to-consumer fashion and lifestyle brand for Muslim women, announced the closing of a $2.3 million
Increasing number of people signed a petition demanding Nike to recall the sneaker.
Sustainable fashion is compatible with the mindset of living a modest life.
Designers, models and media are forced to accept new challenge in the mainstream fashion industry.
Gallery Düsseldorf introduces a new Modest Fashion section on January 26 to 28.
Istanbul will host a modest fashion event on Jan 17 to 19.
The Church said this will help the missionaries stay warm, and protect themselves from mosquito-borne diseases.
How there is so much more to modest fashion than what meets the eye.
97 percent of the profits go to 20 fashion companies.
The Halal Dining Club app has 90,000 registered users and over 4,000 listed restaurants.
“Muslims don’t want to be aliens, they want to be accepted on their own terms.”
Story of two women who want to make sense of their personal interpretation of Islam.
Stella Maccartney aims to create positive change to embrace sustainability on a global scale.
Modest, and traditional brands tend to be favored by those with more conservative ideals.
Compelling personal story of the power of fashion and clothes.
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Modest fashion market is becoming more competitive, and move big brands want to enter.
Western brands have made tentative attempts to talk about modest fashion.
A video about outfit ideas for most faiths, modest workout wear hacks.
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On last Thursday of November, people Celebrate family and togetherness.
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Many Saudi women posting pictures on social of wearing Abaya inside-out to protest the kingdom’s restrict dress code.
Sustainable fashion and mindful consumerism are the key to modest lifestyle.
“Modesty does not look the same everywhere,”
Muslim travelers travel for leisure and holidays, experiencing local culture and heritage, and visiting friends and family.
Muslim spent $270 billion on clothing in 2017; the forecast is to reach $361 billion by 2023.
The internet plays a powerful role to promote modest fashion, and now the Netflix.
Halima Aden on Al Jazeera talk about fashion activism.
Malaysian fashion icon signs contracts with Paris and London fashion agencies.
a Pakistani footwear business is improving kids’ lives.
Top three reasons for Muslim travelers are for leisure, holiday purposes, experiencing local culture
Source: ©The Moodie Davitt Report Press Release – Muslim travelers are projected to spend $180…
Economic cult of modest fashion is gaining momentum.
Dolce & Gabbana’s first official runway show in Dubai, an important city in the…
Cape Town plans to reposition itself as special halal tourist destination for Muslims travelers.
“A lot of people don’t know that the fashion industry is one of the worst polluters in the world,” says Eileen Fisher.
Halal tourism has double compare to the rate of the wider industry, expanding its reach toward millennial market.
The museum aims to contribute to mindful consumerism in the world of fashion.
Modest fashion used to be something associated with certain religions. Not anymore.
Muslim women define their own look according to their modest fashion taste.
Women of all walks of life embrace modest fashion, not just Muslims !
With certified halal hotels and restaurants in Taiwan, people of Indonesia can enjoy the island even more.
Milan Fashion Week closed its second annual “Green Carpet Fashion Awards” to promote green fashion.
Goltune News strives to build a community of modest fashion designers.
De Young Museum of San Francisco will be holding an exhibition on Muslim Fashions for three months.
The latest updates about Contemporary Muslim Fashions at de Young Museum.
For the first time in North America, modest fashion had its special event at the New York Fashion Week.
Kalpona Akter is a highly-profiled union organizers in Bangladesh. She advocates for the rights of garment workers.
Emily Grace Angelie d. Lerioas is the winner.