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In today’s political climate, it’s not uncommon to turn the page of a newspaper and see the words Islam and terrorist in the same sentence. Muslim women get targeted for wearing the hijab. We get marginalized, we get called oppressed, uneducated, seen as less achieved and so many other labels we care not to mention. But in the same breath, the hijab and our modest fashion is slowly (but surely) being taken over by the same group of people who have thrown those labels on us. M
A month has gone in 2017 and so much has been going around globally. It's a rough time but if we stand united, we can rise above.
In this issue, we do just that by shining a light on what unites us rather than what divides us. This month we speak to MOGA Scarves, a Melbourne based label that made waves when they sent one of their scarves to Australia's One Nation Senator, Pauline Hanson, who has been noted for her hateful rhetoric on her campaign trail. We also look into h
A brand new year...a brand new issue. And we're starting this new year with a bang! Catch our exclusive interview with Yuna in the new January 2017 issue. We speak to her on her collaboration with Lisn Up Clothing to raise money and awareness for the refugee crisis. Fashion with the cause - just the kind we like. Click the cover below to read (and download) the issue. Happy New Year, ladies! #newyear #fashion #modestfashion #yuna #lisnupclothing #refugeecrisis #gayamagazine #
An extra piece of cloth, an extra inch of material, a little extra coverage, doesn’t change the fact that Muslim women are normal women too. And just like every woman, we want to dress up, make up and feel beautiful too. Perfect point to start playing “I’m every woman” by Whitney Houston. Click image to enlarge As modest fashion takes off globally, it’s no surprise that our little island is stepping up efforts to push this to the forefront as well. Up till this point, when it
2016 ends with a bang at Kuala Lumpur Modest Fashion Week! International designers and bloggers gather in the city of KL to witness the newest starts in the modest fashion industry. This and more such as Aab's new collection featuring Mariah Idrissi, can be found in the latest issue of GAYA Magazine. Click the cover below or this link to download your copy FREE!
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2016 is ending with a big bang. It's fashion shows galore for the next few months and in this issue we bring you an exclusive access into Jakarta Fashion Week and Singapore Fashion Week, as well as the regional and international fashion designers making waves in the fashion industry such as Fringadine from Paris, Jenahara Black Label from Jakarta, Aatiya London and much more. Click the cover below or this link to download your copy FREE!
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The world is changing - weather is getting erratic, politics are running like a reality show, currency is taking a dip and the global population is making a turn - towards Islam. From media to marketing, Islam or Muslims are the in thing - sometimes good, sometimes bad. As we all know, the fastest growing religion in the world is Islam, the most unrepresented and misunderstood religion is also Islam. That is the sad reality. But it doesn’t have to be that way and many of us -
I was having lunch with a co-worker earlier at a local coffee shop and two men quite possibly in their 40s where talking,…no…, complaining, about life in Singapore. They were saying that the standard of living in Singapore is high, the government is corrupt, you can't be rich, own big houses or fancy cars, and my personal favourite, the girls here aren't pretty. I couldn't help but laugh. I think I may have choked on my food several times. First of all, the men were in their
Noor Tagouri in Playboy. Photo from Instagram @ntagouri. The online Muslim chatter are abuzz in the wake of Noor Tagouri's interview with Playboy. When it first came out, we were delighted. The choice of media didn't really concern us. In fact, it didn't even shock us. We were just delighted that a mainstream media interviewed the well respected Noor Tagouri, an American-Muslim hijabi journalist. We have always admired her and this interview in Playboy didn't even make us go