Muslim Hijab women today face more debates concerning their oppression, freedom, and their criticism, both within and outside the Muslim society.
In fact, Constant scrutiny can be exhausting, but the only way to break through the invisible barriers of prejudice isn't just to talk but to come out and do something about it.
As you know, wearing Hijab on the catwalk by women from all cultural and ethnic backgrounds is one way to represent and promote Islamic civilization; however, designers should speak clearly and give back honor and respect to the history of the hijab culture.
Here, five Islamic women have been selected to wear new hijab designs inspired by Muslim culture.
Maria was the world's first hijab fashion star for the Swedish clothing brand H&M in 2015 when she dressed in a long pink coat, loose black trousers, and a patterned women's hijab that swept across the world.
According to the 25-year-old Moroccan-Pakistani girl, the H&M campaign has changed her life. Also, she looks to continue representing and inspiring Muslim women to dress in modest outfits.
Introduced in 2016 by CoverGirl, the Muslim beauty blogger Nura Afia is the new SoLashy star.
In addition, the Moroccan-American vlogger became the first woman to wear a new hijab; she also became the first Muslim woman to be featured in BlastPro Mascara beauty brand's campaign.
Today, she is on top rank with CoverGirl ambassadors such as Katy Perry, Sofia Vergara, and Halle Berry.
The Somalian-American model Halima Aden has a full history of the hijab. Aden was the first model to appear on the catwalk wearing a hijab, the first model to be signed by IMG Models, the first model to be featured on the cover of an American beauty magazine, and the first model to compete in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant.
Moreover, she has walked runway shows for Max Mara, Alberta Ferretti, and Yeezy Season 5, and appeared in a Nike campaign wearing a sporty new hijab.
The Emirati figure skater Zahra Lari was selected As a Nike Pro Hijab Ambassador; she succeeded from being the “ArabianFirst’’ in the Middle East countries to becoming a household name around the world.
While, having used her influence to send positive messages to Muslim women around the world to follow their dreams, no matter how challenges are difficult.
Kubra Dagli made international news after winning the 2016 World Taekwondo Championships in Peru.
If you think this Turkish beauty looks vaguely familiar to you, it's because she is now a Muslim athlete from Turkey.
Critics were not deterred by her decision to perform her favorite sport while wearing a hijab. Kubra has certainly proved to the world that she can do it.
Know it’s your turn to clear out all your fears and misunderstood beliefs about wearing a hijab.
At TOLAVITA we support all your dreams as well as help you choose the best modest outfits with a new hijab collection.