By Annelies Moors
Introducing cutting edge new study from foreign students engaged on Islamic style and its critics, Islamic type and Anti-Fashion offers a world point of view on muslim gown practices. The publication takes a vast geographic sweep, bringing jointly the sartorial studies of Muslims in destinations as different as Paris, the Canadian Prairie, Swedish and Italian bathtub homes and previous socialist international locations of japanese Europe.
What new Islamic costume practices and anxieties are rising in those diverse destinations? How a long way are they formed by means of neighborhood situations, migration histories, specific spiritual traditions, multicultural interfaces and transnational hyperlinks? To what volume do advancements in and debates approximately Islamic gown lower throughout such neighborhood specificities, encouraging new channels of conversation and exchange?
With unique contributions from the fields of anthropology, model stories, media experiences, non secular reviews, background, geography and cultural stories, Islamic type and Anti-Fashion should be of curiosity to scholars and students operating in those fields in addition to to basic readers attracted to the general public presence of Islam in Europe and the US
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Whilst many are drawn towards fashionable cosmopolitan styles of Islamic dress or enjoy mixing and matching ready-to-wear items from department stores, there are smaller groups of Muslim women who have developed a strong anti-fashion stance. Most striking is the public presence of women who wear full-length loose garments, such as abayas and large veils, in dark or subdued colours. The women who adopt such styles often provide theological reasoning for their choice of dress but also point out that they find such styles beautiful (see Moors for the Netherlands).