Muslim blogger creates range of hijabs designed for all skin tones


The world of fashion is still shockingly lacking in diversity.

Even brands specifically designed for people who don’t fit the fashion stereotype – tall, white, slim – often fail to measure up in terms of inclusivity, frequently only using models that fit a restricted view of beauty – whether it’s hourglass figures in plus-size campaigns, or only using models with lighter skin tones.

One blogger wants to do things differently.

Habiba Da Silva is a 22-year-old blogger and designer from Birmingham. She’s just launched a hijab fashion range, called Skin, designed to be inclusive of all races and skin tones.

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This Muslim blogger wants to set a new standard for fashion inclusivity.

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