Contemporary Muslim fashions /
edited by Jill d'Allesandro and Reina Lewis [and nine others]
San Francisco, CA : Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco ; Munich ; New York, NY : DelMonico Books·Prestel ; [2018]
312 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 34 cm
3791357824, 3791368591, 9783791357829, 9783791368597
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San Francisco, CA : Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco ; Munich ; New York, NY : DelMonico Books·Prestel ; [2018]
contents note
Muslims and Fashion Now, and Then / Reina Lewis -- Global Style : Muslim Modest Fashion Today / Jill D'Alessandro -- Beyond Orientalism: A Journey Through Two Centuries of Muslim Patronage at the Paris Haute Couture / Alex Aubry -- Styling Ethics: Indonesian Modest Fashion and National Image / Carla Jones -- What Is Islamic and Ethical in Muslim Fashion? / Sariya Cheruvallil-Contractor -- Fashion at the intersection of Race, Gender, Class, and Muslim Identity / Suʻad Abdul Khabeer -- 'My Muslim-ness': Fashion, Faith, and Social Media / Laura Camerlengo -- The Rise of the Modest Fashion Stylist / Remona Aly -- Muslim Sportswear: 'The Next Big Thing' / Shelina Janmohamed -- Shirin Neshat: The Artist as Fashion Icon / Shiva Balaghi -- Muslim or Modest? / Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz -- Catalogue.
general note
Published on the occassion of the exhibition Contemporary Muslim fashions at the dr Young Museum, San Francisco, from September 22, 2018, to January 6, 2019, and at the Museum Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany, in spring/summer 2019.
"This lavishly illustrated book presents Muslim fashion as an essential part of contemporary style. This dazzling exploration of contemporary Muslim modest dress, from historic styles to present-day examples, accompanies a major exhibition and reveals the enormous range of self-expression through fashion achieved by Muslim men and women. Filled with documentary and fashion photography as well as stills from runway shows and the media, this book explores the ways Muslim style cultures are shaped by global trends and religious beliefs. From high-end couture to streetwear, this volume shows how established and diaspora regions, such as Dubai, Jakarta, London, and New York, are homes to thriving industries that create classic and cutting-edge looks. Accompanying these images are essays and personal narratives by leading voices that touch on everything from the history of modest dress to social media. A fascinating examination of a major segment of the fashion industry, this book highlights the ingenuity and creativity of Muslim designers and wearers as they deftly navigate the fashion industry while maintaining their religious and cultural identities"--
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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