Exhibition of “With Hijab, No Hijab and Scarves” in Vienna

From conservatism to emancipation In the autocratic system of Austria before the Second World War, a woman with dressed hair and traditional dresses with a tall, tall, tall, rosiest, deserving and patriotically conservative woman was considered conservative. However, in the 1950s, the scarf became a luxurious commodity; it was often made of silk and with a role that inspired beauty and emancipation of the woman. The image above is the first prize of the 1964 fashion championship, which features a scarf.