May 28, 2012

Hijabi Fashion Week May 2012 - Day 1

Asalaamu Alaykum, Lovely Ladies!
It's FINALLY here! The start of another beautiful season of Hijabi Fashion Week begins TODAY and we're here to hit the ground running, our hijabs flying in the wind! 

For those just tuning in, Hijabi Fashion Week is a 7-day share-a-thon of style and inspiration for dressing modestly and staying true to your identity as a Muslimah, no matter the situation. Each day, we feature a different situation, or theme, mostly for fun, but also because our modesty really has no limits and we can prove it! During HFW, we show you how to take on the challenge of representing your personality and identity, and how to do it in hijabi style!
Our first theme of the week is "Leaders in Hijab".
For today's theme, we're joining forces with a fabulous group of Muslimahs who've been taking the lead in combining modest style and charity into one fashionable fundraising event, Fashion Fighting Famine. This year, proceeds from the Fashion Fighting Famine event will help fund the One Laptop Per Child charity! This unique charity distributes rugged, low-power laptops to children in some of the poorest regions to equip them with up-to-date educational material as economically and conveniently as possible.

To help start off Hijabi Fashion Week, the FFF team has let us in on each of their favorite leadership looks to rock while organizing and choreographing the FFF charity fashion show! Here's YOUR behind-the-scenes pass on who's who at FFF, exclusively on

The Fashion Fighting Famine Fashion Show will be held on Sunday, June 3rd, in Irvine, California.
You can get your pre-show tickets, here, and while you're at it, you can read up on the labels that will be walking down the FFF runway. Chances are, you're already a fan ;)

For more inspiration and an idea of the many different leadership roles that muslimahs take, visit the links below:


Sweet Modesty said...

lovin' it all!=)

Mia Collins said...

As salaamu alaikum, I tried posting my link but I am having trouble. 

vvafa said...

Walaykum Asalaam, can you paste the link here so I can find out why it might be working?

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