A Minneapolis-based company's stylish hijabs will be sold in 16 Nordstrom stores nationwide, including at Mall of America and Ridgedale Center, starting July 5.
State of play: Hilal Ibrahim started Henna & Hijabs to "address the lack of access Muslim women face in finding sustainable and fashionable hijabs in both retail and healthcare settings," the company said in a news release.
What they're saying: H&H and Nordstrom say the partnership is "one of the first luxury hijab collections to be sold at a major U.S. retailer on an ongoing basis."
- "We hope this collection provides a sense of pride, excitement and confidence for an otherwise underrepresented community of women," Nordstrom executive Jen Jackson Brown said in a news release.
- The collection can also be found online here.
Of note: H&H also has a medical-grade apparel line for patients and health care workers.
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