Jakarta Fashion Week – Hijab Chic

The Jakarta Fashion Week was held this week inIndonesia. Featuring Indonesian design, they also had a huge part of hijab fashion. Read more about that on Fashionese Daily.

Hanie Hananto – Square Nation:

Jeanny Tjahyawati – Expression:

Fenny Mustafa:

Anne Rufaidah:


How I wish I was there. What do you guys think about Indonesian design?

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9 thoughts on “Jakarta Fashion Week – Hijab Chic

  1. Muha says:

    Back in the days when I was a really new muslimah (or, atleast new to “modest clothing”), and little to none modest clothes were available, I sewed myself a dress from fabric pretty similar to the squared fabric on picture one, but with the shape of the tunic of picture three, but long, to the ground though… Brings back memories. Of puking all day and night, from my first pregnancy hehehehe… I wore that dress through my pregnancy, and could never touch it again ever.

  2. umpazumparoo says:

    I really, really love some of these. Hanie Hananto is my favorite of the designers…really nice stuff. The bottom ones are a little to frilly for me. Basbousa, I love your blog!!!

  3. Habayeb says:

    I like Anne Rufaidah!

  4. INAL says:

    I love these- my son when he went to Indonesia said he wanted to buy me everything in site- shame he didn’t LOL

    They have great style …

  5. Ummmmmmmm… I’m not sure. Some things look ok but I don’t think these styles are my cup of tea ~ but that doesn’t mean they look bad on other women. I just wouldn’t wear them myself.

    But I do have to ask: What’s with the ropes going up the legs on some of the models??

  6. *~Ange~* says:

    very different and unique!!
    its very cute

  7. Tom says:

    The leg laces: “A serok is a cord or string that is used to attach the sandal to the foot by twisting it around the foot, ankle and lower leg. This word comes from the verbal root sarak, meaning to twist […].”

  8. Scarf Ace says:

    very cute. makes me wish i was tall and skinny !

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