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Muslim Woman Crush #MWC

by in Fashion on 7th September, 2016

We are everything and more.

Every single day I am surrounded by inspiring women, some I come across on online communities and others at offline at events, gatherings and life events like weddings.

Team Amaliah are always admiring and celebrating the achievements of Muslim women, who are slaying across the spectrum in different areas and spaces. We want to celebrate them and show the wider world how diverse we are, how amazing we are and how inspirational we are. We want to inspire and lift each other too.

Nominate: Is there someone who you think should feature here?

A friend, a colleague or family member? Just use the hashtag #mwc and comment why to let us know and you may be reading about them next week. We need to celebrate each other more.

OUR MUSLIM WOMAN CRUSH WEEK ONE

Ramie S. Yassin

@rxmiee

New on the scene, London-based Influencer @rxmiee , originally from Eritrea is a Londoner through and through, from shots in Carnaby Street to her urban flavour which is visible throughout her Instagram feed, which is lit!


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Selina Bakkar

Selina Bakkar

Co-founder of Amaliah amongst many other roles. Selina is passionate about empowering those around her and just trying to be a better person. She loves looking after plants and a good cuppa because motherhood and running Amaliah.com is not for the faint hearted. She is also Co-founder to Aishah and Eesa and currently a one digit mother, Alhamdulilah. You will find her in the local charity shop, garden centre or park with her kids. Have a listen to the Amaliah Voices podcast. Link in bio peeps. To join the Amaliah Writer Community email me at [email protected]