March 17, 2015

New York City Hijabi Fashion in Midtown & Central Park with Nuralailalov

Travel

Last Summer the awesome Nura (from previous Hijabista photo shoots) was in New York City for a fashion show with Dian Pelangi, and we did a quick photo shoot on the streets of Manhattan just for fun =). Check out these fun impromptu Hijabi urban fashion photos in Midtown NYC!

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

Click the “read more” link below if you are reading this in the main blog view to see the rest of this New York City Hijabi fashion shoot!

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

New York City Muslim Hijabi Fashion Photography

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