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    Since the 80’s, Muslim veiled women became more and more visible in the Turkish public space. A new way to claim their belonging both to Islam an… Read More
    Since the 80’s, Muslim veiled women became more and more visible in the Turkish public space. A new way to claim their belonging both to Islam and Fashion appeared with what has been called the Tesuttür fashion, which is nowadays called modest fashion. Istanbul is positioning itself to be a hub in this nascent industry, which, according to Dubai-based Islamic Fashion and Design Council, could be worth almost $500 billion within decades. Read Less
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Backstage photograph of modest magazine Ala.
Children enjoys in Basaksehir, the new conservative rich/middle class district of Istanbul.
Backstage from Moda Nisa Modest Fashion Week 2016.
Backstage photograph of modest magazine Ala.
Moda Nisa Modest Fashion Week 2016.
Backstage photograph of modest magazine Ala.
Kubra Uzun a modest fashion designer. Moda Nisa Modest Fashion Week 2016.
Fatih is the conservative neighborhood of Istanbul, where the most modest/conservative fashion shops exist.
Backstage from Moda Nisa Modest Fashion Week 2016.
Young conservative university students enjoy sisha and tea. Fatih/Istanbul
A young woman tries the coat from a collection. Moda Nisa Modest Fashion Week 2016.
Backstage photograph of modest magazine Ala.
Moda Nisa Modest Fashion Week 2016.
Young enjoy tea at Uskudar neighborhood.
Backstage photograph of modest magazine Ala.
A shop worker at Basaksehir district of Istanbul.
Backstage from Moda Nisa Modest Fashion Week 2016.