Halima Aden and Tommy Hilfiger: ‘It’s not just about diverse catwalks’

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Halima Aden, the world’s first hijab-wearing supermodel, meets US fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger in a BBC 100 Women exclusive to talk about why she quit the industry, and how to tackle racism and discrimination in fashion.

See the full programme here

World Service Global Religion Reporter: Sodaba Haidare

Produced and directed by: Joanne Whalley

UK Camera: Yousef Eldin, Robert Timothy

US Camera: Colm O’Molloy, Michael Landsberg, Tommy Risavy

Executive producer: Claire Williams



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