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2014

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2020

2022

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Jacket, Tunic, Pants, Scarf, Headscarf, And Hat

This is a Jacket, tunic, pants, scarf, headscarf, and hat. It was designed by Windri Widiesta Dhari and made for NurZahra.

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 Layers of Fidelity Autumn/Winter Collection 2014. Its medium is indigo-dyed cotton batik, cotton jersey. It is a part of the department.


At Tokyo Fashion Week in 2014, Windri Widiesta Dhari became one of the first designers to put models in hijabs on an international fashion runway. Her collection featured a dazzling array of batik fabrics, all designed by her and printed using organic dyes.

It is credited Courtesy of NurZahra and private collection of Mrs. Dade Stamboel (jacket) and Mrs. Astrid Sanjoto (pants).

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

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