Islamic Fashion and Design Council (IFDC) is the world’s leading modest fashion and design council representing the Islamic economy and its stakeholders. With a billion consumers worldwide, IFDC is the only platform in the world that focuses on this nichemarket in a comprehensive manner. IFDC has offices in 10 countries (HQ in NY, USA, other offices: UK, Italy, South Africa, Turkey, Russia, Canada, Pakistan, Malaysia, and an affiliate office in the UAE), and is a leading advocate for modest fashion and design (arts, gadgets, architecture, interiors, etc.) professionals and aspiring talent. IFDC has an array of products, services, and effective training programs for all levels. Our platform is designed to ensure the success of brands and industry players in the global marketplace of over a trillion dollars through various initiatives facilitating the vast growth potential.
IFDC aligns itself with leading and budding mainstream and modest fashion and design brands, government organizations, institutions, corporations, media, global conferences, events, and fashion weeks to ensure a powerful, sustainable and supportive presence. IFDC’s current initiatives include collaborations on iFash™ courses at the French fashion design school, Esmod, IFDC’s Pop-Up School, fashion events in multiple cities, IFDC’s exciting Cover Magazine, the revolutionary Pret-A-Cover™ retail program, research initiatives and reports, IFDC’s BOMFD and marquis events for all industry players and consumers. IFDC continues to build on its vision to provide products and services designed to help the Islamic fashion (iFash™) and the Islamic design (iDez™) industry to develop and succeed.
Islamic fashion is driven by a strong demand for clothing defined within the parameters of modesty by the ever-growing modest values based consumer population. The global Islamic fashion sector enjoys a strong trade foundation as well as a deep commitment from a Muslim population whose youth are growing at twice the rate of any other population. There is also a strong sub-market of Non-Muslims, other faiths, whose appreciation for modest wear makes this lucrative industry an exciting space for everyone!
Islamic Design spans a vast range of artifacts including pottery, glass, paintings, calligraphy, to rugs, architecture, interiors, embroidery, gadgets, and more. It is hard to separate Islamic fashion and design as the global consumer market has proven that their taste for one aesthetics leads to their appetite for the other; and the youth keep the demand up for well designed gadgets and new ideas as well. This industry is in great need of analysis, research, and data and IFDC has set out to place a stronger focus on this part of the design industry, which we believe could well surpass many major industries around the world. We aim to exceed all standards of showcasing, business practice, aesthetic excellence, and overall standards.