Tendayi Achiume, the UN Special Rapporteur on racism, highlights what she calls the "Dutch paradox" – which is that the Netherlands' perception of itself as tolerant stops it making any further improvements.
Forever 21 was founded in 1984 and, along with other so-called fast-fashion chains like H&M and Zara, rode a wave of popularity among young customers that took off in the mid-1990s.
Despite pashminas’ reputation for quality, low wages and counterfeit shawls are putting a centuries-old tradition at risk in Kashmir.
The neutrality law in eight German states indicates a structural bias against hijab-wearing women and the structural discrimination scuttles their efforts to find suitable jobs.
Italy's luxury fashion house will stop using animal fur in its products starting with its Spring-Summer 2020 collection for women.
When Halima Aden, a Somali-American, became the first model to appear on the cover of Sports Illustrated in 'Islamic' attire, the rare move was applauded as a progressive step towards the empowerment of Muslim women. But not everyone is convinced.
Muslims in Sri Lanka are concerned that the short-term ban on the face veil could lead to the further marginalisation of Muslims in society.
French sports brand Decathlon has decided not to sell its hijab sportswear in France. Why are the French so threatened a piece of clothing?
Haute couture designer Karl Lagerfeld has passed away. He was artistic director at Chanel.
It is the first time the French capital has named any kind of thoroughfare after a fashion designer.
The regional government of the Swiss state had opposed the measure to ban facial coverings but the decision was put to the people after the Green and Green Liberal parties demanded a referendum.
Burberry said in its statement that the company's use of real fur had "been restricted for many years to rabbit, fox, mink and Asiatic raccoon", adding, "Going forward, these and angora will be" phased out.
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