Islamic fashion school cuts a faithful figure in Indonesia

Bandung, INDONESIA (Reuters) – Indonesia’s first Islamic fashion school is teaching students in the world’s largest Muslim-majority country the usual skills of design, styling and marketing – but with a religion-specific twist.

A model presents creations by student designer Runny Soemadipradja on the first day of the Indonesia Muslim Fashion Festival in Jakarta, Indonesia, April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Beawiharta

As demand grows for Islamic apparel, featuring variations on traditional headscarves and long, flowing dresses for women, while men are targeted with robes or shirts embroidered…

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