contemporary muslim fashion
"The exhibition examined how Muslim women—those who cover their heads and those who do not—have become arbiters of style within and beyond their communities, and in so doing have drawn mass-media attention to contemporary Muslim life.
Spotlighting places, garments, and styles from around the world, this exhibition considered how Muslims define themselves—and are defined—by their dress, and how these choices can reflect the multifaceted nature of their identities.
The exhibition traversed different religious interpretations and cultures and includes high-end fashions, such as those by Malaysia-based Blancheur; streetwear, such as modest designs from London-based Sarah Elenany; sportswear, such as the burkini; and commissioned garments from both emerging and established designers."
- Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco