JUST MUSLIM began in at the turn of the millennium in 2001.
Wife and husband, both decided they wanted to invest their time in doing
something meaningful than just cleaning the home or buying sneakers. With huge
wealth of knowledge on the garment industry and the appreciation for contemporary fashion,
creating a brand was something that would come naturally. After weeks of deliberating
and an unhealthy consumption of Turkish tea; the two had created the beginning
of JUST MUSLIM.
They set to work on the foundations of the company, quickly
and efficiently building a powerful string of social networks with nothing more
than word of mouth. JUST MUSLIM launched its first design; an inscribe of
the word: ‘MUSLIM’.
With the initial idea of investing small into the first
range, the couples were shocked to how popular the designs had been received by
its audience, Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
The Just Muslim duo decided it was only right to provide
platforms in which anyone anywhere could get the clothes and so decided to set up
this website. After a substantial amount of pressure the two were forced to
wake up early and leave behind their Sunday lay in and set up shop once a week in the infamous Wembley
Since the beginning JUST MUSLIM has become a very well-known
brand name within the Muslim community around the world. The founders believe
this is due to the fact the brand name has become synonymous with the quality
of product they provide. Some of the slogans and designs have become so well
known it isn't surprising to catch them on the silver screen or worn by artist
at major concerts. Just Muslim is currently inundated with performers and
exhibitors who want to help promote the brand.
The founders explained it is not trying to gain a foothold
in the retailing market but it is more a journey of making the wider audience
more aware and enabling its audience to feel a sense of pride wearing the
designs without compromising in style or quality
With the initial years a distant, but close, memory; Rifa
(the head honcho) and Tayyer (the director of ordering the take-away) continue
to push the boundaries and venture ever higher.