Muslim women wear burqas over their usual clothing as a sign of their righteousness, covering them from head to ankle. Marked Moskova in Norway thinks that he can influence muslim women to show style with their burqas. He also has the idea that non-muslim women might adapt this style too. As with most designers, Moskva may be pushing the envelope for marketing purposes.
Implications - As a whole, societies are becoming increasingly integrated with various cultures. As such, there needs to be a growing appreciation for people's differences. Businesses that allow their brand message to represent cultural tolerance, inclusion and the representation of minorities will continue to be highly respected within society.
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- By: Going Like SixtyMar 12, 2008 Updated: Jun 7 2011