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A MODEST SPORTS AND ATHLEISURE BRAND. COMBINING THE LATEST TRENDS AND FASHION WITH SUSTAINABLE AND ETHICAL, HIGH-TECH FABRICS TO ENHANCE THE EVERYDAY ACTIVE LIFESTYLES OF WOMEN WORLDWIDE 

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THE LATEST NEWS ON MODEST FASHION; MODELS, EVENTS, DESIGNERS.

NEWS ON SUSTAINABILITY IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY AND KEEPING OUR PLANET GREEN BY RECYCLING AND SOURCING ETHICAL FABRICS. 

We love fashion, but we don’t want our clothes to come at the cost of people or our planet.

FAITH & FASHION PODCAST

Yasmin Sobeih

Faith & Fashion


Faith & Fashion in San Francisco for Contemporary Muslim Fashions - podcast now available

The podcast of the most recent Faith & Fashion event held at the launch of the exhibition Contemporary Muslim Fashions at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco on 20th September 2018 is now available to listen on the link below.

Join myself and Consulting curator of Contemporary Muslim Fashions, Professor Reina Lewis and the audience in San Francisco as we discuss the state of play for industry, consumer, and communities concerned with Muslim fashions now.

https://soundcloud.com/…/contemporary-muslim-fashions-exhib…

https://www.arts.ac.uk/…/c…/fashion-design/faith-and-fashion


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Can faithful shoppers be shoppers of faith? How does religion relate to fashion? Can spirituality have style? Should the fashion industry respond to people who want to express their faith and spirituality through their clothes?

Artscom Centenary Professor of Cultural Studies Professor Reina LewisLondon College of Fashion brings together fashion designers and consumers, bloggers and journalists, educators and entrepreneurs, politicians and activists in a timely appraisal of these issues. With participants from secular and religious communities, Faith and Fashion provides an open forum for discussions about the opportunities - and the challenges - of melding religion with fashion.