It is always interesting to see what happens to the ethnicity clothing panaches of definite groups and pious communities. But today, tempestuous times in terms of terrorism, the problematic nature of assimilation and discrimination and contradictory attitudes towards relocation, and many others influence the wearing of the hijab, abaya, and kaftan in non- Muslim contexts represents exciting questions.

Hijab and Abaya is a Muslim women’s traditional dress whose roots can be traced back to the latter Mesopotamia, where covering was the symbol of decency. After along, the dress got a religious implication, being conformed to the education of the Qur’an and considered the representation of modesty.

Non-Muslim thought that hijab and abaya is a symbol of Muslim identity and claims gender inequality and women’s incapacity. Well, these are all various contexts that roll all through the years which is representing complexity depending on the understanding of the generation. The different cultural and religious adaptation in wearing the hijabs, abaya, and kaftan has various motivations depending on the complex construction of identity and styles.

The style as well as surfing on different social media platforms showing many fashion-related images and tales. Young Muslim women living mostly in a western cultural context still showing their fashionable adaptation by integrating hijab, abaya, or even kaftan into the coolest glamour it can be represented. Such creative adaptations have a varied motivational root and can be interpreted as the empowerment of young Muslim women in today’s modern society.

Whichever would be the reason for representing these high fashion collections which incorporate the hijab, abaya, and kaftan such situations are instances of the fusion of fashion with the ideas rooted from the popular cultures. No matter what is the socio-economic background, they can still give innovation of styles that they can be adopted from one generation to another.