Wiki Loves Fashion 2022

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Wiki Loves Fashion 2022


From 19 September 00:01 (UTC) to 9 October 23:59 (UTC)


Orthodox pilgrim in Kiev Pechersk Lavra, Ukraine
Jewish Yemenite women and children in a refugee camp near Aden, Yemen in 1949.
Modest fashion dress
Islamic fashion

The fourth edition of Wiki Loves Fashion has as its theme the modest fashion, but any content related to fashion added on any wikiproject is welcomed. The campaign will run from September 19th to October 9th, covering Milan & Paris Fashion Week. See more on the rules page.

Modest fashion[edit]

According to Wikipedia, "The term modest fashion or modest dressing refers to a fashion trend in women of wearing less skin-revealing clothes, especially in a way that satisfies their spiritual and stylistic requirements for reasons of faith, religion or personal preference.[1] The exact interpretation of 'modest' varies across cultures and countries. There is no unambiguous interpretation as it is influenced by socio-cultural characteristics of each country.[2] Beyond the various interpretations, all agree on the idea that modest fashion means loose clothing, comfortable dressing and covering of the body according to person's own comfort."

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No online events, 3 physical events:

- September 22

- October 7

- October 26 (English spoken event)


  1. Adewunmi, Bim (16 June 2011). "Women Faith-based fashion takes off online". The Guardian. Retrieved 15 January 2019. 
  2. Ben, Hannes (19 April 2019). "Modest fashion, major opportunity". Locaria. Retrieved 4 March 2020.