Hoody Dress, Throw Yo' Hands Hoody Dress
Sarah Elenany was one of the earliest purveyors of modest streetwear for Muslim youth, creating long-sleeved hoodies printed with graffiti-style graphics. Her “Throw Yo’ Hands” pattern is formed by the shahada gesture—with one finger pointed upward to testify to the oneness of God—with raised fists and V signs, common symbols of unity, strength, and peace.
It is credited
Courtesy of Sarah Elenany .
This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition Contemporary Muslim Fashions.