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2017

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2020

2022

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Dress And Skirt, Hoodie Praying Ensemble dress and skirt

This is a Dress and skirt. It was designed by Datin Haslinda Abdul Rahim and made for Blancheur.

This object is not part of the Cooper Hewitt's permanent collection. It was able to spend time at the museum on loan from Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco as part of Contemporary Muslim Fashions.

It is dated Spring/Summer Collection 2017. Its medium is silk linen, silk gauze, rhinestones, paste stones. It is a part of the department.


Blancheur offers women’s ready-to-wear garments and collections of telekung—prayer garments worn by Southeast Asian Muslim women. As designer Datin Haslinda Abdul Rahim explains, “We strive to create praying attire that allows the wearers to look their best in prayers and at other occasions without compromising their comfort.”

It is credited Courtesy of Modesty Is a Lifestyle by Blancheur.

This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition Contemporary Muslim Fashions.

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