Modanisa’s London Modest Fashion(Siti Khadija) week commenced this end of the week, exhibiting the most recent styles in hijabs, abayas and long hemlines.
The day 2 of the two-day occasion, held at Victoria House, Bloomsbury, saw models parading down the runway in shy apparel from a scope of fashion designers including Shamilla Bashir and Elegance of Black.
Running close by London Fashion Week the occasion, which energizes to £200 for tickets, highlights shopping, runway shows, talks and workshops – including a ‘sharia legitimate center’.
It comes a long time after a huge number of ladies in Iran, and around the globe, dared being imprisoned by burning their hijabs in challenge the headscarf on #NoHijabDay.
More than 40 architects from around the globe exhibited scarves, hijabs and baggy maxi dresses at the yearly style grandstand composed by Haute Elan, who say ‘modest fashion’ is one of the quickest developing buyer markets.
It comes only two months after sportswear mammoth Nike propelled its first historically speaking games hijab with UAE ice skater Zahra Lari.
In a meeting with Blogosphere magazine, she stated: ‘I feel like brands are going ahead board with decent variety now and I believe that it’s down to web-based social networking and how much ability there is out there.’