March 12 – Modest Fashion: Revolution or Revival? – FDSC
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March 12 – Modest Fashion: Revolution or Revival?

March 12 – Modest Fashion: Revolution or Revival?

A conversation about oppression, expression, and legislating women’s bodies.

Lecturer & Facilitator:
– Romana B. Mirza, MA Fashion Student

Guest Panelists:
– Dr. Umar Dar, Tuesday in Love
– Tahira Munir, Nur by Tahira
– Nadia Ibrahim, The Wifey Collection

March 12, 2019
6:00pm to 7:30pm
Ryerson University
Vari Engineering Building
245 Church Street, ROOM: ENG 103