Its not often that the New York Times is featured in the Turkish Digest and on this occasion the focus is on Fashion in Paris and the designer in question is Hussein Chalayan whose fashion is described in poetic terms such as a decomposing dress or an airmail dress ... sounds almost like crime writing as whether or not the New York Times is dealing with the Veil remains a mystery. The whole episode is explained away as the desginer whose work is on at an Exhibition in Paris at: Musee des Arts Decoratifs . is an intriguing introduction for new fashion fans on the designer and his amazing designs and refers to Hussein Chalayan whose homeland is Cyprus and reference and connections are made to battle scenes of the 1950s era and the link between Turk and Greek in a migratory connection.
There is a reference which is noticeably Turkish with reference to a Veiled Display where the wearers or models stripped off the whole designer wear to reveal the Nude apart from one item called the shoulderlength item!
The French have been hot on my trail out here in the UK on the issue of the Turkish scarf and apparently there is some ongoing dispute about Turkish emigrants into France and the wearing of this Turkish Muslim Veil i.e. the covering of the woman's face is a punishable action in France! Thanks to New York Times on a delightfully engagement article on Hussein Chalayan's Fashion Exhibition in Paris! Nice work leads to a paying market and paid employment!