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Aab launches new abaya line 'Urban Earth'
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Mar '13
AAB is one of the leading suppliers of stylish yet modest clothing for Islamic women around the world, and is delighted to publicise their new Spring Collection for 2013.

Aab has built a reputation for designing and producing high quality Islamic clothing in recent years. This will be boosted further by the garments included in their collection for the new season.

All of Aab’s designs combine inspiration from current contemporary trends and style ideas with the modest dress requirements of the Muslim faith, and this ethos is visible in all of the new garments in the Spring Collection.

Abayas are one of the main garments designed and manufactured by Aab, and are some of the leading items in the new season collection.

The design of the ‘Urban Earth’ abaya aims toward everyday wear, and is perfect for the busy Muslim woman who needs to balance many aspects of her life. Casual and functional, the ‘Urban Earth’ abaya will serve as a valuable addition to the wardrobe of any style conscious Muslim woman over the coming months.

On special occasions, casual just won’t do, and Aab designs inspirational garments for the times when people need to wear something other than their everyday abaya. The ‘Marigolds’ abaya is another key item in the new collection, a high quality garment produced from a combination of ivory cotton and silk.

Golden silk thread is embroidered around the front and back of this abaya, as well as on the cuffs, to create amazing detail and make ‘Marigolds’ the perfect dress for a wedding or another celebration.

Speaking about the launch of Spring Collection 2013, Nazmin Alim, co-founder and head designer of Aab said, “Smart and timeless, the key to Aab's Spring 2013 collection is to balance proportions, combining both streamlined cuts with exaggerated volume.

The right accessories are also vital to keeping it simple with timeless bangles and cuffs that offset the whole look. Also on parade are sleek monochrome designs and dashes of bold block colours which are in season and guarantee instant chic. At Aab we believe less is more, whether you are looking for glamour or a more laid back look, Aab has an accessible elegance that everyone can aspire to."

Aab Collection was founded in 2008, inspired by the lack of quality clothing available for the stylish Muslim woman. It is the aim of Aab Collection to provide desirable clothing for Islamic women who have multiple roles to play in today’s society.

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