A cover of Adele's Someone Like You by Indah Nada Puspita, an 18-year-old Indonesian living in Germany.
Aishah Amin looks great whether sweet or sassy.
MissHijabi shows us how to work lush colours and divine accessories. [ Credits: http://www.misshijabi.com/ ]
Keeping it simple, layered and with a bohemian flava is Aishah Mokhtar. [ Credits: http://lookbook.nu/aishahmokhtar ]
Leen Q of Adygea shows us how to work pastel, neutral tones with a burst of colour or prints. [...
From island getaways in the Caribbean to skiing adventures in the Rocky Mountains, here are some products to keep you looking gorgeous—anytime, anywhere.
Khalid Latif, an NYU imam and New York Police Department chaplain, heads a group redefining what it means to be Muslim in the US today.
When Viviani Husin and her husband decided to get married, she never imagined that less than a decade later, they would be forced to say goodbye.
A cheeky little showcase of sassy slips and saucy separates.
Break away from the norm in candy-coloured fashion.
Prophet Muhammad considered Khadijah to be a perfect woman, together with their daughter Fatima, the sister of Moses, and the mother of Jesus.
Modern Muslim women wear many hats—or, in this case, hijabs. So let’s have a little fun with different hijab styles for today’s beautiful hijabis.
Marking a return to her Aquila Style column, Dina Toki-O shares details of her big day and explains the basics of nikkah and walima.
In the darkest hours of history, when a war raged and Nazi extermination camps were slaughtering Jews, a small Muslim country did something extraordinary.
While every new mother needs a helping hand, deciding what’s too much for you is a skill worth learning.
Sya Taha takes a look at relevant verses in the Qur’an to examine how permissible the fast food giant’s offerings really are.
Set your heart racing with these hijabs made for sports and fitness activities. Ready… set… go!
A signature hijab style helps tell the story that is you. Shea Rasol offers some advice on how to find it
Somalia needs aid but only to help it stand on its own two feet. Dr Hawa Abdi tells Sya Taha about her hopes for Somalia’s future.
The first all-female Palestinian motor racing team has to overcome challenges that come a mile a minute.
Interacting with people of other beliefs broadens our minds and doesn’t threaten our faith, writes Meaghan Brittini.