If America were menaced by Lovecraftian creatures from another dimension, New York City fashion shows would feature models posing with wriggling tentacles coming out of their heads. As it is,
In just two seasons, Indonesian Muslim designer Anniesa Hasibuan has made the hijab her trademark — and dazzled New York fashion week’s catwalk this week by styling it with flowing, iridescent gowns fit for a princess.
Like in her New York show last fall — which cemented her status as a rising star — all of the models who showcased Hasibuan’s autumn/winter 2017 collection sported lustrous gray hijabs that sculpted the facial features while carefully covering the hair. …
The models were not chosen at random — the young designer held casting calls specifically seeking first and second-generation immigrants, seeking to show that “fashion is for everybody.”
Sure, everybody. Any year now they will have a New York City fashion show featuring girls in cutoffs, cowboy boots, and Confederate flag halter tops. The models will be imported from Alabama.
She unveiled her second New York collection amid controversy over US President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on immigration, currently blocked by a US court, that bars refugees and migrants from seven Muslim-majority nations. The decree ignited mass protests and global condemnation.
Consider this AFP/Yahoo! News story a sample protest, only slightly subtler than Islamophile moonbats rioting in the streets.
To become fashionable, Eskimos should hijack a pair of airliners and fly them into a Manhattan office tower full of innocent Americans. Within a few years, sealskin and polar bear fur would appear on the runway.
Tip and graphic compliments of Stormfax.