Dolce & Gabbana Launches Abaya and Hijab Collection for the Oppressed Muslima Fashionista

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Cultural jihad from a gay couple, no less. Dolce & Gabbana has revealed the Italian fashion house’s first hijab collection on Instagram. Dolce & Gabbana is designing fashion for an ideology that calls for their deaths. Madness. Imagine Jews designing for members of the Nazi party during the 1940s.

Muslim women are not known for their sense of fashion — at least outdoors. Hijabbed Muslim women throng to Rodeo Drive to buy the latest fashions, but they only wear them indoors for their husbands and female friends. So fashion among Muslim women is something entirely private and out of sight — just the opposite of the fashion ethos. Collections like this one from Dolce & Gabbana, and articles like this one lauding them, are designed to try to make Americans more comfortable with Islam’s oppression of women, its forcing women to wear cloth coffins in public.

This is a concerted, conscious, planned effort to normalize and make us comfortable with Islam and its oppression of women.

Who else do they do this for? Hindus? Jews …..?

I mean, really. It’s…fasc-ion.

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“Dolce & Gabbana Launches Abaya and Hijab Collection for the ‘Arab World,'” mic.com, January 4, 2016:

If you had any doubt that Arab shoppers were a force to be reckoned with, just look to Dolce & Gabbana’s latest designs: an abaya collection, made specially with its Arab shoppers in mind.

The new collection debuted exclusively on Style.com/Arabia on Sunday, making a “global reveal” for the Italian design house’s “very first abaya collection.” The fashion site reports that the collection “celebrate[s] the inimitable dolce vita that is distinct to us in the Arab world.”

The pieces showcase a surprisingly seamless blend between Dolce & Gabbana’s sumptuous Italian signatures — a color palette of black, white and contrasting brights; oversized florals; rich lace — and modest, religious-friendly silhouettes.

The collection includes both hijabs (the head coverings) and abayas, the flowing garments, which “come in sheer georgette and satin weave charmeuse fabrics and include copious lace details along hems,” noted Style.com/Arabia, pointing out the overlapping details between this collection and the designers’ main runway collection for Spring 2016.

This isn’t the first mainstream clothing brand to make a concerted effort to reach Muslim customers. In 2015, Mango and DKNY rolled out modest collections timed to coincide with Ramadan, and Uniqlo collaborated with Muslim fashion blogger Hana Tajima, featuring her (and her hijab) in promotional photos for the brand.

“Globally, the Muslim population is a youthful and growing demographic,” Reina Lewis, professor of cultural studies at London College of Fashion UAL, told Fortune. “This makes Muslims a very important consumer segment for anything.”

There are also serious style enthusiasts among young Muslim consumers, both in the Middle East and in the west. Muslim style bloggers like Amirah Aulaqi and Saufeeya Goodson use their web presences to show off their own creative style and help other women see that modesty and trendiness can indeed go together.

Still, even as the fashion world extends deep into the Middle East, with luxury stores littering Dubai, abayas haven’t exactly been flooding the runways. But for a brand like Dolce and Gabbana, which cultivates independent wealthy clients, particularly though its Alta Moda collections, these Middle Eastern buyers — many of whom may be Muslim — are important. That’s why, Stefano Gabbana said this past summer, he and Domenico Dolce were planning a collection aimed at Muslim shoppers….

  • Christina Freedom

    Yeah i like the one in the middle. It is about social status. If I was having an affair I would prefer to be incognito in a traditional burka.

    • joe1429

      hahaha

  • Paula Boddington

    Like a lot of people, they are sleep walking into their own destruction by focusing on what matters to them – appearances, and making money – while ignoring underlying ideology. Perhaps they can do something useful and design an antigravity suit with a jet pack on the back so that all those gays can make an escape when they are thrown off tall buildings.

    • Sackville1683

      It is absolutely disgusting to see that D & G are doing this. Boycott all D & G clothing and fragrances.

      • Patricia

        Straight to all my Wish Lists to delete the D&G colognes.

        • joe1429

          Rather by putins new Leader cologne, than d and g, lol

          • Patricia

            Didn’t know such a fragrance existed. Thanks, I’ll google and see what pops up.

      • sodacrackers2

        They are disgustingly!

  • Millionmileman

    Sent one to the Mayoress of Cologne!

    • notislam

      Don’t forget Angela Merkel–

  • Tiina

    The fabric looks nice, however for my curtains I would like to have cheerier colors.

  • El Cid

    I love it! These guys really get it. They will transform Islam and get rich doing it. The outfits are gorgeous and sexy, not political.

    Power to them.

    I suggested to one of my daughters three years ago to do the same sort of thing. She reacted like you, Pamela!

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      “They will transform islam and get rich doing it” — how the hell will selling fancier slave wear transform islam?

      • El Cid

        Hi Izlamis. Thanks for your question.

        Because the clothes are subversive! Buying them and wearing them is a protest AGAINST the concept of the burka which is not supposed to be sexy or attractive but the opposite: slave-wear as you say.

        The clothes can be seen as subversive because they are attractive, sexy, Western, and designed by Jews. It’s ‘in your face’ Islamic style.

        (This does not negate the other opinions. It is not ‘either or’ it is ‘and’. My daughters all agree with you, by the way. I see it too.)

        They can transform Islam because they allow for the entry of this subversive element, i.e. PUBLIC statements of personal style by women that are not illegal, but on the verge.

        • IzlamIsTyranny

          Somehow I doubt your “subversive” slave wear will EVER be seeing the streets of Soddy Barbaria. In Soddy Barbaria women tried subversively publicly protesting the lack of driving rights for women in that islamic apartheid state — they were all thrown in prison and the protest ended right there, right then.
          Considering the mutaween in Soddy Barbaria threaten women w/incarceration for publicly eating ice cream cones and I don’t think they would have any problems w/incarcerating women for wearing a non-standard burka.
          Are you really suggesting these gay fashionista sell outs have some sort of political agenda w/their slave wear and aren’t just trying to make a quick buck?

        • Dorrie

          Hi, Elc,
          Did you know you follow a false prophet and worship a false god who is actually Satan? If not, you know NOW because that is proven FACT!

  • Mark Langford

    Can they wear those sexy high heals? Seems a bit, oh I don’t know, worthy of being stoned to death? *eyeroll*

  • r2b

    What Pamela may not be aware of is that 85% of the clientele who buy not the very expensive ready to wear shown here but the haute couture, which are one of a kind pieces that are like 150k each dress and up, are Saudi women, women from Dubai, etc. In the upper echelons of the oil industry, the wives have these social gatherings were they all wear that stuff and compete with each other, anyhow, that’s the majority of the haute couture clientele. So it makes sense that they would be appealing to that base from an economic POV.

  • Juan
    • Political_qrm

      What the hell is wrong with these animals? They destroy just for fun?

  • Juan
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  • Mahou Shoujo

    This is a start. If muslim women can take an interest in their “baggage” eventually they may take an interest in a few other aspects of life.

    • notislam

      Doesn’t matter — If the male says stone-’em –well that’s their end.
      There is no freedom in ISLAM. iF you insult someone they may arrange
      your demise.

      • Mahou Shoujo

        It is an offence punishable by death to criticize islam or muslims. The rather stunned liberal progressive socialists cannot grasp the concept that not everyone is a naive Christian who religiously turns the other cheek. Too late they find that a muslim will take your head for any real or imagined offence.

  • ShannaT

    I don’t know about those burqa fashions. Any kind of fashion statement might be considered immodest. And the high heels and hands showing are enough to get someone arrested!

    • ursulamargrit

      Oh, this one is a killer!

    • Summerwarmth

      Totally true. Women were being attacked for adding lace to burkas and having them too tight. Even for appearing to wear eye makeup up.

      ISIS would attack any woman wearing these outfits.

      • ahmedclockboom

        Daesh would attack any women that is not already post Rigamortis.
        Daesh do not define between male and female when it comes to rape.
        A young boy in a dolce & gabbana suit of shame is just as alluring to the weary jihadist as a young lady would be.
        Daesh will order many outfits for their lovely little dancing boys.

      • Joe1938

        ISIS would attack any woman! Even their mother, sister, brother, or goat.

    • ljm4

      thank you! I’ve just sent it out…

      aloha snackbar!

    • joe1429

      hahahaha!!!

    • disqus_TEnEO3I6QR

      Thank you for one of the most hysterically funny things I have yet seen re these prehistoric SAVAGES….the worst is yet to come guys..wait and see…

    • sodacrackers2

      Oh my gosh, that is too funny! 😂

  • it was prophesied in our church that it would become trendy to wear the hijab in soft support of Islam and that many Christians would fall for it also. While the bible does have verses about head coverings, that was because of cultural modesty and discretion, while wearing the hijab is about submission to Islam and it’s evil.

    • FACTS

      Couldn’t do it where I live as you’d drop dead from the heat.

      • ursulamargrit

        I expect many Muslimas in African countries and in the Middle East DO drop dead from the heat, as they’re required to wear a burka, tights, long sleeves, face veil and in some countries, gloves even in the heat of the summer (which gets much hotter than our summers). And of course, they’re all vitamin D deficient, which doesn’t help.

        • joe1429

          Can we ask The companys that manufacture these burqas to make the material even heavier, lol

  • Daiseymae

    *upchucks

  • Regina Edwards

    ISIS would stone these women to death for trying to look “seductive” and turning the men’s eyes away from allah. A plain burka is more their speed.

  • Unapologetic American

    Don’t be surprised when you see notorius Muslima fashionistas Huma Abedin and her sister Heba as the models for this Islamic couture and Liberal Jewess Anna Wintour promoting these rags on the cover of Vogue.

    Help “Take OUR Country Back!”

    Vote Trump!

    • joe1429

      As of this writing, the faa has a new diversity program and is throwing out the apps of candidates with college degrees in air traffic control, who had near perfect scores on the test, in favor for controller candidates from the street, who pass a silly multple choice test, than get this the us govt will pay about 420g to train them for numerous years. This is billions in more waste, not to mention a threat to public safety. Fnc just aired the story.

  • joker

    Fashion is an industry and big business. The photos look very nice and even sexy.
    It takes two gays to make muslim women to look a bit sexy. Fotget their muzzrat men. For them there is no hope. By the by, most women in Iran look glamorous and not to mention in Beyrut. In the end, Dolce and Gabbana both will be topped off a high building anyway in fashionable ISIS way.

  • AHGT6

    Homos catering to homophobic muslims.

  • ROBOT

    For each burkha, they throw in a suicide vest or steak knife for free.

  • FactsWillOut

    Exploiting a market is not a crime.
    What they did to Hugo Boss was a crime.

  • Summerwarmth

    And I am boycotting them.

    Men are forcing women into covering up all over the Middle East It is easy to see the drastic changes in Iran before and after the revolution. I have friends in Egypt who are harassed if they go out without covering up and without a male escort.

    This is enabling sexism so bleep Dolce and Gabanna. I am not against women who want to cover up to have stylish clothes but this is progressive “look at me I am so liberal I support the current progressive BS of the hour”.

  • Commieobamie

    Funk & Wagnalls: Insanity: An affliction that makes morons do the complete opposite of reality. People that worhship Satan, Ie: obama, Hitler, moHOGmad, allah. Other names of infected people are Democrats, Communists, obama Lovers, shiites, or just goat humpers.

  • Shafiq Islam

    Perhaps they can also design some stylish outfits for gays to wear whilst being tossed off tall buildings. Real haute couture.

  • Alvaradopty Omyra

    Plain and simple MAXI dresses, nothing new, but pretty.

  • ahmedclockboom

    They wear a sinners suit so as not to garner a male’s attention.
    They wear a fashion label sinners suit so as not to garner a male’s attention.
    Islam the cult of contradiction.
    And while I do not find the open face variety offensive (lots of old widows wear similar).
    I will not allow myself less than fifty meters of space between myself and a burqa wearer.
    There is no way of knowing whether it is male or female or which way the blast will go.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      What a fun-filled thought — a burqa human bomb.

  • Radegunda

    Those shoes look haram.

  • conan_drum

    I know many women often those with more money than sense, are slaves to fashion and that is what it amounts to slavery. Somebody telling you what to wear.
    I never touch anything to do with fashion especially ‘famous names’, usually promoted by celebrities who not only get paid handsomely but of course get theirs free!. Fashion is the biggest scam ever created

  • 1StephenRohaty2

    There is no way mohammad would have approved these dresses. They all violate the spirit of the koran, that women must look drab.

  • Kook of the East

    Slave outfits.

  • Stephen Honig

    Muslim women are not known for anything, but enslavement, brain washed to kill and the Stockholm syndrome.

  • Marc Goldstone

    Perhaps their next offering will be more fashionable suicide bomb vest.

  • Joe1938

    This is the one I want to buy for my wife!

  • joe1429

    Yes. Whats with the high heel open toe shoes on the models? Muslum women are not allowed tp show their feet! Besides, if you put lipstick on a pig, its still a pig, lol

  • Dusty Koellhoffer
    • Dorrie

      That one was well worth tweeting! Liberalism is a deadly disease that destroys the host and everyone around it!

  • Jaem

    Dolce and Gabbana have missed the point of the hijab. It is to make women’s features invisible and NOT attract Muslim men (who for some reason are compelled to hump any female unless virtually unrecognizable as female).
    What a sell out and desperate way to make money. Dolce and Gabbana are crap designers.

  • Steve

    Well they are one answer for all those butt crack tattoos showing up at the most inopportune times.

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