The Japanese retailer Uniqlo is launching a range of hijabs and modest clothing for women in the UK for the first time.
Popular British fashion blogger Hana Tajima has already collaborated with the brand, but this is the first time her designs will be available on the UK high street, as well as in the US.
Launching this week, the range includes the Baju Kurung, a two piece skirt and long top, which can be styled either as a tunic over a pair of trousers or as a dress by itself.
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The Japanese retailer Uniqlo are launching a range of hijabs and modest clothing for women in the UK for the first time this week
The range includes the Baju Kurung, a two piece skirt and long top, which can be styled either as a tunic over a pair of trousers or as a dress by itself
It also features long dresses, high neck tops, head bands and traditional wear such as hijabs.
Hana converted to Islam at 17 but rather than being specifically marketed to Muslim women, the range has being tailored to ‘the needs of women who value modest styles’, according to Uniqlo.
daftar slot online and in Singapore outlets last year.
The launch makes UNIQLO the first high street brand to launch a full range of modest fashion and hijabs in the UK.
A spokesperson for UNIQLO said: ‘Our second collaboration with Hana this spring summer season will introduce essential pieces that reflect her style for modest fashion while combining our LifeWear concept to focus on enhancing the wearer’s lifestyle.
‘Every item from this collection is designed with quality, comfort and style in mind.’
The line, which fuses modern design and comfort with traditional values, features more outerwear than Hana’s previous collection.