Uniqlo has created a second fashion range in collaboration with young UK designer Hana Tajima, which features hijab headscarves and kebaya.
The line has just launched throughout the US for the first time and will hit the UK on March 18.
Uniqlo are the first major high street brand to create a full line of fashionable headscarves and modest wear.
The range combines casual pieces including tapered ankle-length trousers and blouses, to more traditional wear like kebaya and hijab, bringing together contemporary design and comfy fabrics with traditional values.
In other words, the clothes are comfortable and modest, but finished in stylish prints and slick, modern detail.
Muslim fashion designer and blogger Hana Tajima is on a mission to change the way young women dress all over the world. Inspired by her Japanese roots and English upbringing, she focuses on modern, functional designs, which are both culturally sensitive and chic.
‘Our second collaboration with Hana this spring/summer season will introduce essential pieces that reflect her style for modest fashion while combining our LifeWear concept in which is to focus on enhancing the wearer’s lifestyle,’ said a Uniqlo press release.
‘Every item from this collection is designed with quality, comfort, and style in mind.’
Even better, it’s very affordable, with prices ranging from £35 for printed hijabs to £105 for kebaya.
While you wait for the UK launch, you can check out the entire range online here.
Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2016/03/10/uniqlo-has-launched-its-first-hijab-collection-with-a-uk-designer-5743796/#ixzz42iJMfhap