It's estimated that Muslims will spend $484 billion on clothes and shoes in 2019. And while the Muslim fashion market is still widely underserviced, some savvy brands are quickly jumping in with new collections to cater exclusively to this powerful sector of consumers. Both high-end and affordable brands, like Dolce & Gabbana and Uniqlo, have rolled out a line of hijabs and modest dresses and blouses. Now, Mango is following suit.
The fast-fashion retailer with a notoriously cool-girl, contemporary feel just debuted its Ramadan collection, featuring a lineup of easy jackets, caftans and tunics, leggings, and shirts that arrives in stores and online May 30, just in time for the Ramadan holiday, which begins on June 6. Take a look at the full collection, which comes complete with beautiful floral prints and denim fabrics, ahead.