Moroccan Ladies Love Their Djellabas

GlobalPost wants to convince us that Star Wars-inspired Jedi robes are all over Morocco. The djellaba is a traditional North African garment long worn by men in Morocco. Moroccan women adopted it in a variety of colors, around the time of independence in 1956.

Anne is diving deeply into the conversation of politics and fashion, inspired by the current response to her Journal article While the World Debates Burqas, Fashion Designers Show Beautiful Abayas at Paris’s George V Hotel.