Uniqlo x Muslim Fashion Blogger Show Us Conservative Is Stylish



UNIQLO’s LifeWear just got a lot more multicultural than ever before.

In a collaboration with blogger Hana Tajima, Uniqlo is launching a collection for Muslims now available in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. Shoppers can purchase at selected stores and online.

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From gorgeous hijab (a veil that covers the head and chest,) beautifully printed kebaya (a traditional blouse-dress combination that originates from Indonesia,) long dresses to pleated skirts, Tajima is bringing a new take on fashionable yet conservative clothing.

The drop. #UNIQLOxHanaTajima #summerOfun

A post shared by Hana Tajima (@hntaj) on

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Born in the UK, the fashion blogger converted to Islam at the age of 17. Tajima is currently leading the charge of a young group of Muslim women who are infusing personal style with religion.

UNIQLO is known for partnering with smaller and unconventional labels, including British textile designer Celia Birtwell, Suno, and New York’s MOMA. These have been successful lines that boosted the Japanese brand on a global scale, in addition to operating in 14 countries internationally.

Some pieces from the new line highlight single garments that appear to be layered, so Muslims can easily wear lightweight pieces with ease while keeping cool.

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What do you think of Uniqlo’s new line for Muslim women? Let us know in the comments.


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One Comment on “Uniqlo x Muslim Fashion Blogger Show Us Conservative Is Stylish”

  1. July 6, 2015 at 5:21 am #

    Reblogged this on The EndPoint Business Blog.

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