After model Jannatul Ferdous Peya, two more Bangladeshi ladies, Humaira Khan and Sadia Moyeen – renowned for their contribution to the country's fashion industry – have been featured in Vogue India's latest issue.
Humaira Khan, a Bangladeshi fashion designer, has recently attracted a lot of attention after her article was featured in Vogue India. Khan set out to make Bangladeshi travelling jackets using the famous Bangladeshi jamdani textile. At first her friends mocked her and said that she was being too disillusioned.
Hoping to take shake up the fashion world Humaira's unorthodox, yet beautiful, travelling jackets have been applauded by people from different cultural. One of the reason why her effort to incorporate the jamdani fabric caught everyone's eye is because the traditional art of weaving jamdani has been declared as an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.
The other article that was featured in Vogue India was by celebrity beautician and owner of La Belle salon, Sadia Moyeen. Her article is on make-up trends in Bangladesh. She talked about how Bangladeshi people can regularly nourish their hair. She also discussed extensively about bridal make-ups. Her article gave readers a glimpse on beautification, from a Bangladeshi perspective.
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