Bikinis, Sundance and Muslim Women in Love

Bikinis, on a Ramp, in Goa

Yes, it’s still winter and for many it’s not a time for bikinis. But, it’s never too early to think vacation. In that spirit, India’s first ever Resort Fashion week was held last month in Goa and fashion designer and Republic of Brown reader, Tina Tandon was there and sends us this dispatch. Read more here.

Muslim American Women Bring the Real Deal on Love

Fast becoming a conversation starter, the newly released book “Love InshAllah” reveals the love stories of 24 American Muslim women in their own words. Be ready to be surprised and moved.┬áCo-author and Republic of Brown reader, Ayesha Mattu tells us what inspired the book. Read more here.

Dispatch Sundance, by Gingger Shankar

Day 5 and it’s still cold at Sundance. And women still direct only 5% of the films in Hollywood. Chilling, but musician Gingger Shanker has been blogging from Sundance for Republic of Brown and brings us the good news and her take on the scene. See more here.

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