Fashion: Hijab top at the New York 2017 fashion week- Anniesa Hasibuan
executive order on immigration, currently blocked by a US court, which bars
refugees and migrant from seven Muslim-majority nations. The decree however, ignited
mass protests and global condemnation.
status as a rising star as she receives worldwide praise for been the first to
feature hijab in every look — all of the models who showcased Hasibuan’s 2017 winter collections sported
lustrous gray hijabs that sculpted the facial features while carefully covering
the hair the traditional head and neck covering many Muslim women wear.
shimmering, on-trend pleats, silver and golden ruffles, and long trains adorned
with pearls, glitter or embroidery that recalled royalty of the Middle Ages.
collection were not chosen at random – as the young designer held casting calls
specifically seeking first and second-generation immigrants, seeking to show
that “designing is for everybody.”
diversity and differences — something we should not be afraid of”
changes — and beautiful changes, of course.”
beautiful voice of the Muslim women, the peace and the universal values that
fashion can offer,” she said.
work, which is primarily geared toward Muslim women, “separate” from