Halima Aden in Rasit Bagzibagli: one of the most prominent hijab-wearing models in the world, Aden sports a layered creation by the Turkish Cypriot bridal and eveningwear designer.
Another Rasit Bagzibagli look. The designer says of his creations: "My outfits feature intricately embellished patterns, asymmetric hems and floor-sweeping designs of cascading tulle and chiffon."
Huw Roman: the Tokyo-based women's modest wear label launched in November 2015.
Another look from Huw Roman. The Japanese label describes its modestwear as embodying "delicacy, individuality and chicness".
Lina Sukijo: the Indonesia-based designer is known for her casual and colourful "syar'i" fashion, which is perfect for stylish day wear.
Dosougi Designs: aimed at millennial Muslims, the US- and UK-based brand creates functional yet trendy modestwear.
Fllumaé: the high-end modest label operates from New York and Kentucky in the United States.
Doris Dorothea: known for its leather handbags, the Indonesian label cites the simplicity of the modern woman as its inspiration.
Anggia Handmade: although the the Indonesian clothing brand has been around since 2013, Dubai Modest Fashion Week marked its first international forway.
Aere: the ready-to-wear label was founded by Malaysian fashion blogger and influencer Raja Nadia Sabrina in 2014.
Anotah: the Kuwait-based brand was established in 1998 to appeal new-age modest Middle Eastern women.
Muslima Wear: based in Istanbul, the label boasts customers across the Middle East, US, Europe, Africa and Russia.
Canadian teen brand Yours Truly is known for its hoodies, long-sleeved T-shirts and embellished jackets.
Turkey-based Selma Sari Design looks to create clothing that is at once elegant and comfortable.
Samah Shublaq: the Dubai-based Palestinian designer is known for her colourful attire and head scarfs.