First Chanel and Now DKNY
It seems as though Muslim fashion is becoming a fad in the fashion world during the year 2014. The American Designer Label DKNY is making waves with a new Ramadan Capsule Collection.
This comes only a few months after the Chanel Cruise Collection by Chanel which was also solidly aimed towards Muslim clientele.
DKNY’s Ramazan collection is available exclusively at their Middle East stores, and the 12 looks are pure DKNY: simple, elegant and striking. What’s different is that this collection is conspicuously conservative.
The collection includes maxi skirts, jumpsuits, pants and long-sleeved and three-quarter-length jackets and shirts.
The pieces are versatile and can be mix-matched and dressed up and down.
If more design houses begin to make collections aimed at Muslim women, it’s possible that more modest yet fashionable clothing may also hit the high street. Combining style with religious sensibility may conceivably become much easier than it has been.
The collection, styled by two Middle Eastern women shown in photos above, Yalda Golsharifi, fashion editor of Styles Magazine in Kuwait who is originally Iranian, and Tamara Al Gabbani , who is originally Saudi and a fashion designer in Dubai .