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(RNS) Nailah Lymus argues that there's greater demand for modesty than perhaps the fashion industry realizes, and that it will need models to respond. Since launching her Underwraps modeling agency, she's received more than 400 queries from aspiring Muslim models from the U.S. to Indonesia to Great Britain.

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  2. I’ve always wanted to be a model I’m very tall and always been told You should Pursue modeling but I’m Muslim and didn’t know how that would mix you guys should defiantly contact me that would make my dream come true :)

  3. I WISH TO DO MODELLING BUT FACT THAT MOST MODELLING COMPANIES ROUND THE WORLD JUST ALLOW THEIR MODELS TO EXPOSE THEMSELVES REALLY MADE ME FEEL OUT OF PLACE.SO IF YOU SHOULD CONTACT YOU WILL BE GRANTING MY WISH.

  4. Hamdi Abdulkadir

    I’ve always dreamed of becoming a model but living in America most of the agencies wanted women who are willing to expose skin and I wasn’t comfortable with that idea. When I heard about Underwraps it’s was like a breath of fresh air because it’s exactly what I wanted in modeling and nothing like the usually agencies. I would be honored for you Ms. Lymus to contact me and make my dream come true .

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