Fashion designer makes hospital-grade hijabs for COVID-19 front-line workers

July 24, 2020

As someone who's worked in the health care space for more than 10 years, Hilal Ibrahim, 25, noticed a need for hospital-grade hijabs during these unprecedented times.

Based on Ibrahim's personal experience, she understood the importance of designing a product that would be efficient and beneficial for health care professionals. This led her to create a "health care hijab" in 2019 through her H&H (short for Henna and Hijabs) company, where she designs handmade and organic pieces for Muslim women.

Source: Fashion designer makes hospital-grade hijabs for COVID-19 front-line workers - ABC News