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Dolce&Gabbana creates controversial line for Muslims

As a Muslim and fashion aficionado, you should check out Style.com/Arabia if not daily, then at least weekly. If you already do, then you probably saw Dolce & Gabbana’s new line, debuted exclusively on Vogue’s online platform. 

Consisted of hijabs and abayas, Italian fashion label’s Spring 2016 collection features neutral colors, lightweight fabrics and a range of signature prints, including floral (chamomiles, poppies, roses), animalistic (snake, crocodile) and still life (lemons). 

Dolce & Gabbana is one of the few world-famous luxury brands to create products for the Muslim market - for that they are certainly worth being praised, but the clothes and the way the collection was marketed raised some eyebrows.

Not only the company cast a white model for the shooting, but the garments included see-through mesh and cut-out lace panels.

Among other brands catering to the Muslim fashionistas are Tommy Hilfiger, DKNY, Oscar de la Renta and Mango which launched capsule collections, Monique Lhuillier, who created a line of caftans for Moda Operandi, and e-commerce heavy-weighter Net-a-Porter, who introduced a shopping campaign titled “The Ramadan Edit”. H&M hired Mariah idrissi to model in hijab, Uniqlo tapped British designer Hana Tajima to create a range of muslim-appropriate garments, including headscarves and headbands. 

 

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