Stylish Muslim clothing companies filling a void
Mahum Tahir, 14, picks out scarves with her mom Fouzia Tahir, 42, at Al-Anwar in Anaheim. Muslim Americans craving fashionable yet conservative apparel are getting a hand from local and national designers who are catering to the trend-conscious.
Los Angeles Times
Stylish Muslim clothing companies filling a void.
Islamic clothing is getting a bit more hip.
Southern California, home to one of the largest Muslim communities in the nation, has become fertile ground for a new generation of designers crafting clothes for women who are limited by faith and conviction from flashing too much skin.
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