Fashion's Attitude Toward Religion is Changing
The recent month of Ramadan saw the birth of a new sub-season in fashion, “Ramadan season”. Fashion houses such as Tomy Hilfiger, DKNY, and Mango designed products meant to meet the standards of Muslim women celebrating the Ramadan. Whether or not this is a season that sticks, the choice of said fashion giants to design clothing for a religious sector signifies a change in fashion’s attitude towards religion. In the past few years, there has been a significant growth of companies offering modest clothing meant for a traditional lifestyle. ModLi, a fashion-tech startup, is a website that aims to aggregate modest fashion in one place, simplifying the shopping process for women in this niche.