Rebirth of Chic


Muslimah clothing line

Rebirth of chic is an interesting clothing line from Southern California Muslim designer. I recently stumbled upon an article about it. The designs mainly was inspired by the street fashion.

According to the article on MultiAmerican.scpr.org, Rebirth of Chic's styles go beyond high fashion to what we described as local-girl cool, a punk/skate/reggae blend of Southern California pop subcultures.

These kind of styles usually are very popular amongst young generations. Mostly, I love to see how these "street style" can blend perfectly with Muslimah fashion and then create some kind of "cool" style.. :)

As you can see from the picture below, taken from RebirthofChic's site, I really fell in love with the "cool"-ness of the girl.. :)

Love the design of this tunic and its plaid pattern:

Black-and-red plaid hijab and tunic ensemble with a pair of wide jeans, sneakers, and a skateboard.




Featuring cargo skirt - black and khaki.

I also love the way they combine the black cargo skirt above with a kind of DocMart boots.

Here are some pieces from their collection:
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Candita Potts of Torrance models a white poplin balloon-sleeve top with a denim "bonanza" skirt from Rebirth of Chic.(Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times)
Amani Bibi models a design by Jamesa Nikiema of Rebirth of Chic. The top is a gathered leaf-green cotton blouse.
Amani Bibi models a design by Jamesa Nikiema of Rebirth of Chic. The top is a gathered leaf-green cotton blouse.( Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times )
Jamesa Nikiema, chief executive of Rebirth of Chic, of Corona, shows off one of her modern Islamic designs for women. She is wearing a ruffled high-collared blouse and crochet vest with a "bubble and flow' applique skirt.
Jamesa Nikiema, chief executive of Rebirth of Chic, of Corona, shows off one of her modern Islamic designs for women. She is wearing a ruffled high-collared blouse and crochet vest with a "bubble and flow' applique skirt.( Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times )

This 'made in USA' clothing line is designed by Jamesa Nikiema, a Muslim fashion designer and a pure Southern California Girl.

Read the full story and a video about her here, on the Multi-American: new Southern California's website.

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3 comments:

  1. it really takes a talented designer to blend the look of extremely different subcultures so well. these are really head turning outfits :)

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  2. two thumbs up for the designer :-)

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  3. wah gambarnya kok broken semua sis?

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