With their tailored suits, artfully layered ensembles and ridiculously well-groomed beards, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the men …
Maria Mahmood has revealed that she will be the first Miss England contestant to compete wearing a hijab.
We want to inspire you to pursue your passions so we’re going to keep finding awesome people doing their thing and find out how they did it. First up, …
Since being on the receiving end of a Sugar-brand ‘You’re fired’, Uzma has turned her makeup and beauty lines into a global business venture.
Her views always seem to be just what you were thinking, plus she’s a joy to listen to. It’s little surprise that Dina was included in this group.
Asha Hussein, AKA Asha Everyday, is gaining a loyal fanbase thanks to her frank approach to the kind of subjects you wouldn’t want to discuss with your mum.
The cover gives no space to trends or makeup. Instead, it features mixed-race model Adwoa Aboah and a roll call of famous names, including Sadiq Khan.
The event, which took place at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel, was put on by London-based Doctor, Fahreen Mir, and human rights barrister, Sultana Tafadar.
As a hijabi, Leena Begum often found it difficult to wear the appropriate protective gear at the construction site. So she designed her own.
On one of our recent forays around Instagram we stumbled on two blogs that we deem worthy of your attention: Muslim Men's Fashion and Muslim Man Style.
Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty makeup line is setting a new industry standard in terms of inclusivity, and we are here to tell you that we are big fans.
We’ve scoured social media for some of our favourite looks from London Fashion Week.
The current season of Project Runway features contestant Ayana Ife, a hijabi who’s fast becoming a fan favourite thanks to her slay-mongering modest wear.
Malaysia-based makeup artist Queen of Luna is creating incredible hijab cosplay, featuring Disney princesses, horror anti-heroes and comic book heroines.
Tasnim Jara, a Muslim bride in Bangladesh, recently elected to ditch the make-up for her wedding day, as she didn’t want to comply with societal pressures.
Dr Anne Aly, the first female Muslim to be elected to Australia’s federal parliament, strutted her stuff on the catwalk during Sydney Fashion Week.