Dee loves the Turkish hijab look but doesn’t care much for pants.
Khadija photobombed this artist’s magazine art.
I would really like to know the artist’s inspiration for including her in the art. It looks like she is an accessory to the main setting because I don’t see her dress among the white sketches.
I don’t recall this style taking off.
Looks like Vogue in the 80s wasn’t the first to come up with the pants-turned-scarf thing. This German magazine in 1935 beat them to it. This implementation isn’t so funny looking.
The artist really wants you to know this dress has pockets.
Sue thought the white half niqab would go so well with her white tennis dress.
“If I had that hat, my outfit would be perfect.”
One of the quintuplets became a Muslim and tried the turtleneck-with-hat trick.
Zahra, a fashion model in the 70s, surprised us all by turning up on Butterick pattern art. She pioneered the pants-under-dress trick and the non-traditional hijab look.
In the 80s, Zahra the fashion model sought new fans for the Moroccan abaya by cross-promoting it as a hooded evening dress.