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Hijabs for men and women are now available at United Colors of Benetton

Hijabs for men and women

United Colors of Benetton may be better known in Europe or in a time machine set in the 1980s, but the Italian fashion house is still creating waves in the United States. Women’s and men’s hijabs are now available at Benetton.

The headscarves are £29.95 ($50) and come in various colors, including black, red, green, and yellow.

Ghali Amdouni, an Italian rapper and record producer, collaborated on the gender-neutral hijabs. According to the Daily Mail, he says “The hijab is a unique garment that I wanted very much.” Moreover, “The corporation had no objections to including it in the collection.” The description on Benetton’s website reads, “Unisex hijab in stretch fabric.”

“On the left side, a little clashing print mixes the Benetton symbol with Ghali’s G. “This accessory is from Ghali’s ‘United Colors of Ghali’ capsule collection.” On social media, the hats mainly was panned, with many people giggling at the silliness of it all.

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“More humiliation does not fit in this advertisement for a supposedly unisex hijab,” one person said.

Millions of women and girls have been forced to wear a garment that does not oppress males.” Males In Hijab was started in Iran in 2016 as a way for men to demonstrate solidarity with their female relatives and wives by wearing the female headscarf. Ghali’s collection was shown during Milan Fashion Week, and the artist explained why he decided it was essential to include it.


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