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    Uniqlo Just Debuted Its Hijab Line In The U.S. And It's Damn Chic

    Modest wear to the max.

    Meet Hana Tajima, a UK-based designer and visual artist.

    Her style is elegant and chic, which she says comes from her upbringing. "There is a side of me obsessed with simplicity and the beauty of the unseen that is very Japanese, and then this rebellious, rather eccentric aspect that comes out of my experiences growing up in England," she writes on her website.

    Tajima recently collaborated with Uniqlo to create a classy fashion line that's chic AF.

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    The first UNIQLO x Hana Tajima collection was released in Southeast Asia last year, and it will now be introduced for the first time in the U.S., according to a Uniqlo press release. Also, Malaysian pop star Yuna totally kills it in the ads.

    The collection includes long, flowing skirts, tapered pants, blouses, and kebayas.

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    The muted color palette feels minimalist and the prices range from $10 to $60.

    The line also includes hijabs in modern prints and colors.

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    And the hijab prices range from $50 to $80.

    Beyond style, the collection also focuses on comfort with quick-dry, anti-microbial fabrics.

    Uniqlo's AIRism line uses materials with odor-neutralizing properties for their inner hijabs, headbands, and high-neck sleeveless tops so you can stay comfortable all day long.

    The entire collection is available online and in the 5th Avenue store in New York City.

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    Check it out here.

    Contemporary design + comfy fabrics = WINNING