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2022

HIJABS TRENDS 2021

REVOLUTIONIZING THE STANDARDS

OF BEUTY

By Brenda Martinez 

Women around the world have always felt utterly compelled to wear items that not only make them feel beautiful but also identified with their own version of femininity. Muslim women are not the exception when it comes to feel empowered by their clothing choices and embrace their faith at the same time.

 

Wearing a Hijab is a symbol of modesty and respect, a traditional item Muslimah are proud to wear. It’s a choice, not a sign of oppression. 

 

Jeny Tjahyawati, Chairwoman of Indonesia Modest Fashion explains that in 1993 an Association was formed to accommodate Muslim designers and in 1995, Muslim clothing was exhibited in a fashion show1. The ’90s went by and with the beginning of the new millennium, Modest Fashion gained momentum among fashion lovers all around the world. 2011 marked a new era of hijabers, showcasing a stunning and glamorous variety of styles, prints, and materials for this classic garment.

 

Chiffon, crepe, satin, bamboo, and cotton are among the preferred fabrics by designers today. Camel, soft pink, nude, beige, and peacock blue are the trendsetters to follow during 2021. 

 

Either you go for the traditional Hijab wrap or be more adventurous and try something more stylish, rest assure 2021 will provide plenty of options to mark your style and show the world who you really are. 

 

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By Brenda Martinez 

For decades, women from different religions have embarked on a quest to find clothing items that satisfy their religious beliefs without sacrificing their personal style along the way. To go beyond high necklines, long sleeves and loose fits made from opaque textiles, designers around the world have arisen to fulfill the task of catering to those needs.

 

Modest Fashion was born out of the necessity of complying with the growing demand of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian women for new, groundbreaking styles to wear. They wanted to have a choice and express themselves. They wanted to feel empowered.

 

In 2015, a discussion panel was held in Turin, Italy, to define the guidelines of Modest Fashion. This is defined as a trend in women wearing less skin-revealing clothes, especially in a way that satisfies their spiritual and stylistic requirements for reasons of faith, religion, or personal preference.1

 

The following year, 2016, Think Fashion created the first Modest Fashion Week in Istanbul, Turkey. There has been a yearly new edition ever since, showcasing the trendiest collections of the kind.

 

More and more world-famous brands, like Dolce & Gabbana, Mango, H&M have entered the modest fashion segment. Nike created the first sport-friendly, high-performance hijab ever. Oscar de la Renta designed a capsule collection for Ramadan. 

 

Maxi-dresses, long and midi skirts, wide-leg pants, kimonos, and oversized blazers are among the favourite pieces for those who choose to show less and prefer a more relaxed or oversized look. 

 

In recent years, Modest Fashion has become more diverse and inclusive, appealing to people from different cultures and religious backgrounds because it is versatile, functional, easy to style, and above all, comfortable. 

 

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By Brenda Martinez 

For decades, women from different religions have embarked on a quest to find clothing items that satisfy their religious beliefs without sacrificing their personal style along the way. To go beyond high necklines, long sleeves and loose fits made from opaque textiles, designers around the world have arisen to fulfill the task of catering to those needs.

 

Modest Fashion was born out of the necessity of complying with the growing demand of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian women for new, groundbreaking styles to wear. They wanted to have a choice and express themselves. They wanted to feel empowered.

 

In 2015, a discussion panel was held in Turin, Italy, to define the guidelines of Modest Fashion. This is defined as a trend in women wearing less skin-revealing clothes, especially in a way that satisfies their spiritual and stylistic requirements for reasons of faith, religion, or personal preference.1

 

The following year, 2016, Think Fashion created the first Modest Fashion Week in Istanbul, Turkey. There has been a yearly new edition ever since, showcasing the trendiest collections of the kind.

 

More and more world-famous brands, like Dolce & Gabbana, Mango, H&M have entered the modest fashion segment. Nike created the first sport-friendly, high-performance hijab ever. Oscar de la Renta designed a capsule collection for Ramadan. 

 

Maxi-dresses, long and midi skirts, wide-leg pants, kimonos, and oversized blazers are among the favourite pieces for those who choose to show less and prefer a more relaxed or oversized look. 

 

In recent years, Modest Fashion has become more diverse and inclusive, appealing to people from different cultures and religious backgrounds because it is versatile, functional, easy to style, and above all, comfortable. 

 

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