The 10 best looks from Dubai Modest Fashion Week

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It was only a matter of time before he arrived here. After the successful Istanbul Modest Fashion Week in 2016, followed by London Modest Fashion Week last April, Dubai Modest Fashion Week (DMFW) finally made its debut this month, although it actually took place over two days at Burj Park, and not on a whole week as its name suggests.

Assisted by hundreds of influential people, brands and emerging and established buyers, the event exhibited a series of collections of emerging and established designers, including those who presented their first modest fashion lines.

In case you do not know it, modest fashion is a big business, and it is only established to be bigger. According to businessoffashion.com, Muslim consumer spending is expected to reach $ 368 billion in 2021, of which modest fashion will represent 18 percent. That’s about $ 66 billion.

So, these women are definitely part of a new movement in fashion. We take a look at the 10 best DMFW 2017 looks.

1. ADJUSTMENT FOR A KING (LIMAA)
Our first look at DMFW 2017 comes courtesy of Rasit Bagzibagli, who opened the entire event with none other than the star model of hijabi Halima Aden.

Marking the modest fashion of Turkish designers, the 32-year-old displayed several dresses, including this white number that Halima took to the airstrip.

2. FROM DAY TO NIGHT
One of the favorite stores of modest e-commerce fashion site, Modanisa’s clients, the Turkish brand Selma Sari offers elegance and comfort in both casual styles and evening wear.

Some of his looks were modeled by the Turkish supermodel Tulin Sahin.

3. BLACK AND BEIGE
The assistants also brought their game A to DMFW.

The fashion blogger, travel and lifestyle of EE. UU With love, Leena looked beautiful in this combination of abaya and dress of the Omani designer Amal Al Raisi.

“I felt like a sheika [sic],” he published.

4. MAGNIFICENT GREEN
Fashion and beauty creator based in the UAE, Soha styled DMFW with a look from Estonian brand Lilli Jahilo.

The green tone is everything.

5.VIBES DE LA SIRENA

Because, who does not want to become Ariel for a day?

This aspect is by the contemporary label Ready-to-wear of Malaysia Aere, founded by Raja Nadia Sabrina of social networks.

The label is very popular in Malaysia, Australia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia and London. Undoubtedly, Sabrina won some fans from the UAE after this appearance.

6. FUNNY AND FLUID
Sisi Bolatini makes it look so easy. The Dutch blogger was captured by the camera with an impressive cream-colored dress from the Bambah Boutique of the UAE.

The accessories complete the look perfectly.

7. FRINGE BINGE
The show by Samah Shublaq had many fringes, and we could not get enough.

The Palestinian designer, based in Dubai, focused on pants and dresses that vibrated and swayed, our favorite was this combo of top and pants combined with an abaya.

The management to sneak in an instant with Halima is the designer from the United Arab Emirates Rabia Z, who seemed ready for business at the event.

It simply shows that costumes do not need to be boring.

9. HOT ON HIGH STREET
Proving that modest fashion is for everyone, the Canadian streetwear brand Yours Truly exhibited a collection, which undoubtedly many of the region’s teenagers will queue to buy.
Totally jealous that we did not have great marks when we were young!

Rolling into #DMFW like… #Dubai #MyDubai

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10. NEW AND FABULOUS
And finally, our main aspect of DMFW 2017 has to be for the UK model Mariah Idrissi, who had ALL taken seriously at the event.

Wearing this during Day One, Mariah gave a master class in street style. Those gold culottes, that jacket … and those shoes! We want everything.