World Hijab Day Event in London

5th Feb 2017 World Hijab Day in London

these Hijabs were exclusively designed by Aidijuma for World Hijab day was worn by all the fashion bloggers to show unity and love for women all around the world that wear hijab


meet World Hijab day Ambassador BubbleGumHijab and Aisha Rahma



here are modest Fashion Bloggers Ina and Robin


meet humanitarian blogger Asoomi


Meet Fashionista Raza


group Love with Manoosa Asoomi and Asma


Sisters Fatumina and Sabrina


Hijab Styling by Aisha Rahman


Last but not least Group shot off all the fashion bloggers that attended the event


we want to say a BIG thank you to our Photographer Fizzah and all the bloggers that attended our event BubbleGumHijabAisha RahmaManoosa, Asoomi, AsmaInaRobinFatuminaSabrina, Yasmin, Fatima, Nafeesa, Romy and Khadija

and a very special thank you to BubbleGumHijab for putting this event together


@worldhijabday x @aidijuma event in #london #worldhijabday

February Theme

Aidijuma Scarf
#scarfwithsoul – “wear it as you“

Aatiya London Launch Party

Aatiya London is a modest fashion clothing line launched on 28/08/2016

Aatiya London #womenofcultures campaign for modest wear, Despite muslim women coming from different cultures and religious traditions, muslim women  share 1 things in common when it comes to clothing “modesty”

we were really excited to work with this new brand, this was our first launch party and here are some pictures that were taken by Sharm photographer and traveler.


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Aatiya London Design Project with BubbleGumHijab

Our marketing team came up with this design concept for Aatiya London to collaborate with bubblegumhijab a London based bloggers.

this was a great opportunity for both Aatiya London and bubblegumhijab to collaborate with each other and learn from each other, we would love to work with other UK and Europe based bloggers and give them an opportunity to design for brands if you are interested please e-mail us on:


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Aatiya London behind the business

We really loved working on this project, Aatiya London is a creative entrepreneur it was important that the client focused on setting up the backbone of her business from design to manufacturing with very little time for social media our team of experts jumped right in.

Our inhouse graphic designers created the artwork for the initial social media post and our social media manager took over Aatiya London’s account to set high standards for Aatiya London instgram account, it was very important that their social media to be the same standard as their clothing.

Our graphic designers went for a simple look only showing snippets of the design so not too much of the products would show until the BIG launch

here are some e.g. of what we did for Aatiya London

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closer to the launch date it was important for customers to see the collection so our inhouse graphic designers decided to go for a more creative approach, displaying the clothing and making sure the brand was visible

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Our business associate Atiya PR put together these amazing videos for Aatiya London


Modlist Private Preview

Our team was kindly invited to the blogger preview of the hip new physical and online store launch. Our bloggers had a great time and were very well pampered by them.

Click to see what @hijabi_in_london and @modesmira_  got up to:

Modest Mira’s blog link here

Hijabi in London’s blog link here

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If you’re a company interested in planning or inviting us to events- we would love to hear from you.

Meet and Greet with Mode Edits

We had the pleasure of organising this exclusive event for Mode Edits from Malaysia 13 brand collaboration


Group photo with ATIYA PR, Sakura Malaysia, Modvier and our Beautiful London Bloggers, or as Mode Edits like to call them “London Royals”

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We enjoyed lunch at Aubaine Mayfair, just behind Chanel and Dior.

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All our London Bloggers were given personalised goodie boxes courtesy of all 13 brands that participated.


Here are our bloggers trying out some of the products they received; Zahra Rose trying on fccmalaysia


BubbleGumHijab trying on fccmalaysia


Appreciating her box of goodies, including the exquisite fabric from Giofabrics

Anaa Nourin with Sakura Malaysia Bag

Romy Ahmed wearing scarf on her shoulder and @ilhamechenta turban.


Also admiring her perfume from 

Hannah MK wearing Sugarscarf (Pretty Please)


Asma wearing Sakura Malaysia bag


Aneesa wearing Aisyahalmashoor and Sakura Malaysia bag

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Aneesa donning this beautiful baju kurung from @jubahsouq

Gift box by benanghijau

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Group photo after the party is over with Sakura Malaysia, ATIYA PR, and Modvier

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We would like to thank all 13 brands for this wonderful collaboration: @fccmalaysia@kleiokualalumpur and of course not forgetting our partner ATIYA PR.


Styling for Neelofa (naelofar Hijab)


I had the pleasure of meeting Neelofa for her Fashion shoot in London a couple of months ago for her Nealofar Hijab Eid collection where i did her styling for her shoot.


I was very excited to have got this opportunity to meet a celebrity from Malaysia must say i was so nervous i only got 2 hours of sleep the night before i wasn’t sure what to expect, but much to my surprise she was such a lovely person so passionate about her business, hard working, dedicated and professional.IMG_6769

her mom and sister were at the shoot with us although most of us were very tired by the end Neelofa was still energised shes defo is an inspiration to all muslimah IMG_6733

here are some pic i took of her in action with London photographer Jack

and here is some pic from her photoshoot by Jack

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I love her endless collection of Chanel and Dior bags

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you can check out the behind the scene video here

thank you all for reading you can find me on social media #bubblegumhijab

London Photoshoot for Aireen

Strolling in Embankment Pier with Aireen


so we did a photoshoot with BubbleGumHijab wearing a kurung by Aireen in London


is a traditional Malay costume which loosely translated as “enclosed dress”. This type of costume is the national dress of Brunei and Malaysia


it is one of the many regional dresses of this culturally and ethnically diverse country (especially on the island of Sumatra


although traditionally the kurung is worn as a skirt and top BubbleGumHijab gave it a modern twist by tucking the top inside giving it a more western look


The red telephone box, a telephone kiosk for a public telephone designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, was a familiar sight on the streets of the United Kingdom,

Here is the Beautiful Queen of Sabba modelling a tunic by Aireen


Despite a reduction in their numbers in recent years, the traditional British red telephone box can still be seen in many places throughout the UK, and in current or former British colonies around the world. The colour red was chosen to make them easy to spot.


From 1926 onwards, the fascias of the telephone box were emblazoned with a prominent crown, representing the British government. The red phone box is often seen as a British cultural icon throughout the world. Although production of the traditional boxes ended with the advent of the KX series in 1985, many still stand in Britain.


The Hungerford Bridge crosses the River Thames in London, and lies between Waterloo Bridge and Westminster Bridge. It is a steel truss railway bridge – sometimes known as the Charing Cross Bridge – flanked by two more recent, cable-stayed, pedestrian bridges that share the railway bridge’s foundation piers, and which are named the Golden Jubilee Bridges.


Here is the Beautiful BMTV host Romy Ahmed Modelling a tunic by Aireen


The north end of the bridge is Charing Cross railway station, and is near Embankment Pier and the Victoria Embankment. The south end is near Waterloo station, County Hall, the Royal Festival Hall, and the London Eye.


here are some group shot of our models

Romy Ahmed, BubbleGumHijab, Queen of Saba, Hijabi in London wearing a collection from Aireen

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