Modest fashion collections will be showcased at London Fashion Week for the first time.

The House of MEA in collaboration with Indonesia Modest Fashion Designers will display full collections tonight (February 16).

Over the last few years, Modest fashion has had a low presence at London Fashion Week, with the exception of the occasional model in very few collections.

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This season, House of MEA brings together Indonesian Modest Fashion Designers, Jeny Tjahyawati, Lia Afif, Aisyah Rupnidah Chan, Ratu Anita Soviah and Tuty Adib and Indian designer, Vidhi Wadhwani, from New Delhi whom has become synonymous for handcrafted detail and texture, whilst the showcase of Indonesian designers focus on natural dyeing, tie-dye, fabrication, modern design techniques and playing with colour.

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MODEST Fashion hits LFW for the first time. This season House of MEA showcases designers from India and Indonesia. Amazing fabrics and silhouettes from India @vidhiwadhwani_label @indonesiamodestfashion will showcase a number of full collections of Muslim wear. A sign of the times For last min press/VIP requests please message or link in bio HOUSE OF MEA 16th Feb, 7.30pm @fashionscoutlondon Image designer @jenytjahyawti #modestfashionblogger #modestfashion #diversity #lfw @houseofmea

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House of MEA is being supported at the show by a number of celebrities, industry and dignitaries including Olympian Perri Shakes-Drayton, Olivia Cox, Naughty Boy, Lady Victoria Hervey and Kiera Chaplin.