Retail massive Macy’s introduced a partnership with Islamic type logo, Verona Collection, to free up a modest, hijab-friendly clothes line. After feeling pissed off with the loss of trendy, but demure clothes, Lisa Vogl based the Verona Collection in 2015. Then, remaining yr, whilst collaborating in The Workshop at Macy’s, a women-owned trade building program, Lisa shared her imaginative and prescient to create a assortment to lend a hand a neighborhood of ladies on the lookout for modest type.
Lisa and Macy’s then labored in combination to carry a curated choice of modest and trendy ready-to-wear pieces to the Macy’s buyer. “Verona Collection is more than a clothing brand. It’s a platform for a community of women to express their personal identity and embrace fashion that makes them feel confident on the inside and outside,” stated Lisa Vogl, founding father of Verona Collection in a press free up.
The fashionable assortment drops on Feb. 15 on Macys.com and contours the whole thing from demure attire and separates to hand-dyed hijabs in a number of colours and materials. The line is tremendous reasonably priced too, with costs starting from $13 to $85. The Verona Collection is probably not to be had to store simply but, however you’ll be able to get a sneak top at what is in retailer, forward.