Verona Collection is the first modesty line to officially join Macy’s

Stephanie Panecasio 7 February 2018 NEWS


It's the first inclusive line from The Workshop at Macy's.

In a step to further inclusivity in the fashion world, Macy's has debuted a modesty-focused fashion line from The Workshop at Macy's program: Verona Collection.

With pieces including long line dresses, tops, pants and cardigans, as well as hand-dyed hijabs and abayas, the brand is looking to take inclusivity mainstream for Macy's Muslim customers.

The Workshop at Macy's is a program designed to grow the reach of diverse brands within the company, with a focus on helping develop female- and minority-led lines. Verona Collection is one such brand, founded by award-winning fashion photographer Lisa Vogl.

Verona Collection is aimed at women seeking a more conservative, yet still stylish, range of garments and caters to the Muslim population with the inclusion of different headscarves.

The collection also emphasises affordability, with prices ranging from US$12.95 to US$84.95.

Lisa Vogl issued a statement saying, "Verona Collection is more than a clothing brand. It’s a platform for a community of women to express their personal identity and embrace fashion that makes them feel confident on the inside and outside."

The collection will go live on the Macy’s website on 15 February, so there isn't very long to wait. With elegant fabrics and styles, we're confident that the range will be a success, especially given that there aren't a lot of mainstream providers specifically offering modest garments.

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