By Patricia Ann Parenti
This was a fashion runway show produced by “forever friend” Nole Marin shown in the photo above with his mother on the left and me in the middle. It took place during New York Fashion Week but in an old factory that was converted into the Jersey City Arts Center in Jersey City, NJ on September 12, 2022.
The show was presented by Mana Fashion Services www.manafashion.com whose mission is to connect fashion professionals and serve as a communal source for industry resources. For more information on the fashions in the photos contact Mana Fashion Services.
No nudity here just beautiful, elegant fashions that were modest and didn’t show much skin beyond the face and forearms of women. Fashions shown catered toward Orthodox Jewish women and Muslim ladies who want to look covered up according to the rules of their religion but also look beautiful and fashionable at the same time. Six designers from all over the world came to show their Haute Couture Collections at this show. The hair and makeup were fantastic also. The jewelry by Holy Gems www.holy-gems.com was exquisite and made in Israel. Sitting in the front row I got to see the rich and luscious fabrics the designers used. What I liked the best was the use of bright vivid neon and jewel colors in the clothing. These clothes are for anyone that wants to dress modestly not just Orthodox Jewish or Muslim ladies.
Above is the beautiful Tobi Rubinstein who is an American Orthodox Jewish woman who dresses according the rules of her religion but is always so fashionable everytime I see her at one of the fashion shows she produces.
Her book that she wrote is out now www.thehouseoffaithandfashion.com. The concept for this runway fashion show was hers.
Below are some of the beautiful but modest fashions I saw on the runway by the different designers who showed their collection. I mixed different designers in my pic collage. Some of these fashions catered toward Jewish and Muslium women and other fashions were for ladies who wanted to look modest, covered up but still fashionable.
In this photo are three designers in the bottom right hand corner that design clothing catering towards religious women. The other three photos in the Pic Collage are fashions that cover all the of body and meets the needs of most Musluim and Jewish ladies religious standards.