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Nike is launching a new ‘Pro-Hijab’ as a question in a modest fashion, it increases

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The fashionistas are saying hasta la vista to the concept of ‘less is more’ — a-la-naked-dresses, micro-mini skirts and underboob in a bikini in favor of a “more is more” fashion state of mind.

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The data analytics company-Edited it appears that the demand for modest fashion “has been expanded to the united arab emirates, and will see a significant growth in the western world, with an increase of 15% since 2017,” reports WWD.

In order to meet the growing demand for more fashion brands and retailers are expanding their offerings to cater to the development of the new market for the fashionistas on the lookout for the full cover of clothing.

The sports brand, Nike was far ahead of its time when it launched for the first time, go back, back in December of 2017. And now, back by popular demand, the brand has unveiled a new version of the performance will wear the piece in a new colorway.

In order to meet the growing demand for more fashion brands and retailers are expanding their offerings to cater to the development of the new market for the fashionistas on the lookout for the full cover of clothing.
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Available in two sizes, the new rose gold style with a black feminine floral print and is made from a lightweight Dri-Fit fabric, offering optimum breathability and comfort. The sporty style of the stars, to look into the purchase of the new hats and caps staple and can be the score of the moderate-priced $35 a piece on Nike’s web site.

One of the main coverage region is leading the way to a more modest designs, the model is Halīma Wise, who made history by becoming the first ever Muslim woman to wear a hijab in Sports Illustrated’s annual swimsuit issue.

It is best known for her bikini-clad editorials with the likes of Tyra Banks, Kate Upton, Elle Macpherson, and Heidi Klum, this year’s installment will mark the first time the magazine has included a more conservative fashion in its columns.

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This article was originally published in the New York Post.

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