Malaysia’s Islamic Fashion Festival 2010

November 2-6 2010 is Malaysia International Fashion Week and within that is the Islamic Fashion Festival Beauty in Modesty.

It took place recently and here are a few pics via fashion blogger CuteCarry (to see the entire collection click here).

This article has 11 comments

  1. Hijab

    Very nice hijab styles.
    Adding to my favorites. ?

  2. Ahsan

    These are superb Hijab styles specially second one.

  3. Riaz Jamal

    I am planning a fashion week in Durban South Africa. Anyone interested to be part of this contact me at


  4. CuteCarry

    Hi alls.. its been a busy day for me, Malaysian blogger especially during Malaysia Fashion Week and Islamic Fashion Festival 2010 take place here in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. you should come and visit and of course shop for the best muslimah fashion here in Malaysia! You won’t regret..

  5. Putri Anor

    Salam.Most of the styles are called caftan.As for the swimwear, its called the muslimah swimwear and as much as I’d like to wear it in the pool I am not brave enough to do just that, preferring to wear a loose long top and a track pants.Though, after wading in the pool, the attire I had chosen would be as fitting as the muslimah swimwear and its actually best to use the muslimah swimwear as it won’t drag you down under as would be the loose top and track pants. 🙂

  6. Mariam Sobh

    I’m not feeling the first one at all.. lol at Kelly’s comments!
    But I agree with the rest of you guys on the white.. it’s so beautiful! Love the bling.. I’ll always have a soft spot for anything sparkly hehe.

  7. Valerie

    I really like them. I was kinda iffy on the first one… but the more I look at it the more it’s growing on me. Not sure which I like the best… I am scrolling through them going.. the white one.. no, the peach one.. Uh, maybe the… I just gave up 🙂 Has anyone worn swimsuits like those before? I’m curious how easy they are to do laps in or something (would it drag me down?). My sister and I would go so early in the morning that no one else is at the pool, and I had a swimsuit that was basically shorts and a top, but I still felt weird (and my sister thought I was weird).

  8. Fatin

    I love the first one, it is different, in a good way 🙂

  9. Kelly

    You know, the first piece is J-Lo meets Ma Ingalls, meets Holly Hobbie Hijabi, but with some tweaking could go mainstream. I like it and dislike it lol. (I guess it’sjust the neck that doesn’t appeal to me, plus the extra level of trim a the hips. There rest is pretty cool except I don’t do butterfly prints…And I think the swimwear is a bit too form fitting.

    The Malay have a great fashion sense though imho.

  10. Ayanna

    Love every piece!!

  11. Natalie

    I actually like this collection here better in Malaysia than that of Dubai. I liked all the pieces. My most favorite is the second piece but will have to find somewhere very special to wear that since nowadays my whereabouts are home then work and back home again. 🙂

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