On our minds: Veil Garments

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by adakallgren on 7 June, 2016

Veil Garments is on a mission to make Muslim modest-wear more comfortable and functional.

On our minds is Veil Garments, a London-based brand which recently started up a crowdfunding project to realise a range of modest sportswear. On a mission to make Muslim modest-wear more comfortable and functional, the brand is looking to address the gap in the market for sports attire that offer women the chance to be both comfortable and covered during workouts. The range includes a stay-in-place scuba hood which replaces the need to wear a hijab or head scarf, in line with the brand’s previous invention of the world’s first climate adapting hijab. The greater purpose? To “motivate and inspire women around the globe to follow and accomplish whatever goals they dream of.” Read more here.

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