This week’s reading list takes a global perspective on approaching Muslim fashion. From the distinctions between veiling in different regions, including Muslim women who choose not to wear a veil, it becomes apparent that Muslim fashion is not monolithic. Muslim fashion transcends expressions of faith, and the dress practices acknowledged in these sources demonstrate modesty, glamour, and diversity.

Three women wearing hijabs standing side by side at the Tomb of Khaled Nabi, Iran, 2018.

Photograph by Hasan Almasi. Three women wearing hijabs standing side by side at the Tomb of Khaled Nabi, Iran, 2018.