What do Muslim women wear? “Ripped jeans tucked into combat boots, structured jackets accessorized with designer sunglasses, flowy pastel chiffons embellished with crystal-encrusted brooches and tailored batik dresses paired with hand-dyed head coverings. These are just a few examples of what I call pious fashion: clothing that aims to be modest and modern,” writes WGSS affiliated faculty member Liz Bucar, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, in a recent piece for the LA Times. Bucar discusses how Islamic women have impacted the fashion industry, from Dolce & Gabana to Project Runway. Read the full piece here. And if you find that interesting, consider coming to Prof. Bucar’s book talk on November 3 at the Harvard Bookstore, where she will discuss her newest book Pious Fashion.