Twice yearly, Istanbul’s Fashion Week draws a varied crowd—from the religiously conservative to social liberals. Recent trends highlighted versatility, allowing the wearer to tailor designer outfits to conservative tastes. Dresses can be worn over pants, and longer coats make curves less pronounced. Scarves are culled from top designers such as Louis Vuitton and Hermés. Filling the need for high-end Islamic fashion is Turkish fashion magazine Ala, which the press calls the “Vogue of the veiled.” The magazine’s spreads feature bright colors and modern cuts while still maintaining modesty and Islamic values.

Photo: Models dress for a shoot for Ala, the first fashion magazine in Turkey for conservative women. Models get full makeup and are given headscarves, layered for a pop of color. The shoot is at Bretz Home in Kemerburgaz, Istanbul. 📷 Monique Jaques/@moniquejaques.
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  • newsweekTwice yearly, Istanbul’s Fashion Week draws a varied crowd—from the religiously conservative to social liberals. Recent trends highlighted versatility, allowing the wearer to tailor designer outfits to conservative tastes. Dresses can be worn over pants, and longer coats make curves less pronounced. Scarves are culled from top designers such as Louis Vuitton and Hermés. Filling the need for high-end Islamic fashion is Turkish fashion magazine Ala, which the press calls the “Vogue of the veiled.” The magazine’s spreads feature bright colors and modern cuts while still maintaining modesty and Islamic values.

    Photo: Models dress for a shoot for Ala, the first fashion magazine in Turkey for conservative women. Models get full makeup and are given headscarves, layered for a pop of color. The shoot is at Bretz Home in Kemerburgaz, Istanbul. 📷 Monique Jaques/@moniquejaques.

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