In a recent article on the hijab brand office fashion, a reader asked: What are hijab fashion outlets, and what does the hijab mean to them?
A hijab fashion press office is one of the hijab brands’ most prominent retail outlets, catering to a specific customer base.
They also have a fashion show on the first Monday of every month.
They are in a very distinct location, and they cater specifically to the Muslim population in Britain.
The hijab fashion studios, and their products, have been created by designers like Riza Ibrahim, Aisha A. Raza, and Shauna E. Hanaan, and also feature the hijab designer Bexley.
“They were inspired by a particular customer base in the hijab community, which is a large and diverse Muslim community, with a large number of Muslim women who are fashion professionals,” explains Shahzad Abdulla, who founded the fashion press in 2015.
“So we really wanted to take that opportunity to help the hijab-inspired fashion industry, to be part of the fabric of the Muslim community.”