YSL Exec, French businessman Pierre Berge disagrees the entire of it.
He slammed these designers promoting hijab fashion, and accusing fashion houses of participating in the "enslavement of women."
Here's what he said during interview at French radio station Europe 1:
"Creators should have nothing to do with Islamic fashion. Designers are there to make women more beautiful, to give them their freedom, not to collaborate with this dictatorship which imposes this abominable thing by which we hide women and make them live a hidden life. These creators who are taking part in the enslavement of women should ask themselves some questions."
He also accused these fashion houses of simply doing it for the money, later stating that they should, "Renounce the money and have some principles."
Hijab fashion is not only about religion. It is about embracing your choice as a woman to be more modest, and be proud and loving to their culture.
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