Hijabs Made From Technical Fabrics
on 12 June 2015
A new company called Veil is bringing the modern technology of sportswear fabrics to one of the most traditional garments in the world: the hijab. Broadening the choices for Muslim women—whose head wraps are oftentimes made from fabrics like jersey cotton or voile—the company is working with advanced properties of technical fabrics. Now available on Kickstarter, Veil offers waterproof, sweat-wicking, laser-cut hijabs that keep the body cool even during the hottest summer months—all for the pre-order price of $17.