“Muslim women don’t often get a platform to tell our stories or share the silly -- sometimes stressful -- idiosyncrasies of our day-to-day lives.”
Things We Should Ban Instead of the Veil’ includes stuff like cigarettes, early morning alarms and…raisin cookies?
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.
The Hijabi Monologues repositions the narrative surrounding hijabis, who are the most talked about symbol of Islam and yet the most voiceless.
The project, which was organised by Historic England, documents over a century of black and Asian life in the UK. We take a look at Another England.
As a hijabi, Leena Begum often found it difficult to wear the appropriate protective gear at the construction site. So she designed her own.
The news is great for the global game. It’s even better for the Leicester Falcons, an all-female, all-Muslim team who formed in response to the rule change.
We recently sat down with Muna Jama to talk about bikinis at Miss Universe, her late grandmother and her life-changing trip to Somalia.
Edited by Sabeena Akhtar, Cut From the Same Cloth will give a voice to hijabis who are often the subject of discussions led by everyone except hijabis.
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.
VoB are a thrash metal band from Indonesia comprised of schoolgirls Firdda Kurnia (vocals and guitar), Euis Siti Aisyah (drums) and Widi Rahmawati (bass).
Hijabi Ent. is a group of Somali girls in Australia who vlog about everything from tough subjects like racism; to lighter stuff like games and challenges.
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.
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.