According to the Washington Post, designers in Europe are taking Islamic dress in mind. Women’s styles are influencing popular outlets such as H&M.

“An increasing group of young women is exploring the boundaries of being veiled and seductive… they compensate the veil with figure-hugging apparel, expressive make-up and higher heels,” Dutch stylist Isis Vandrager told the magazine.

Meanwhile in Iran thousands of women took to the streets of Tehran to protest a crackdown over “bad-hijab” and not adhering to strict Islamic dress code.

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