Women-only Fashion Fair Brings Together Religious Jewish Females

Head coverings and modest clothing were for sale and a fashion show displayed the goods that were available for purchase.

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A women only semi-annual designer fair in Jerusalem, held ahead of the Jewish holidays, brought together a mostly religious crowd seeking designer clothes and accessories within the Jewish Orthodox limits of modestly. Head coverings and modest clothing were for sale and a fashion show displayed the goods that were available for purchase.

Jewish-Orthodox fashion fair in Jerusalem on Aug. 22, 2010.Credit: AP
A woman hangs up long skirts during a designer fair in Jerusalem on August 22, 2010.
Religious Jewish women watch fashion show at designer fair in Jerusalem on August 22, 2010.
A model retouches her makeup before a fashion show at designer fair in Jerusalem on August 22, 2010.
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A woman hangs up long skirts during a designer fair in Jerusalem on August 22, 2010. Credit: AP
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Religious Jewish women watch fashion show at designer fair in Jerusalem on August 22, 2010. Credit: AP
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A model retouches her makeup before a fashion show at designer fair in Jerusalem on August 22, 2010. Credit: AP
Jewish-Orthodox fashion fair

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