DRESS IN TURKEY
Director(s): Ilana NAVARO – Writer(s): Ilana NAVARO Contact Print page
Headdress and hats is a question of politics ever since Kemal Attaturk prohibited men from wearing the Fez. We learn of feminine seduction strategies compatible with a dress code approved by the Koran.
And that wearing a whig is a way to by-pass the law and allows practicing Muslim women to go to university where the veil is not tolerated.
And for the young? Each little Turkish boy dresses up as a sultan at least once in his life, on a special occasion…