Hijabs to Habits: Religious Dress

Muslims to Jews, Sikhs to Mormons--the distinctive garb of the world's religions

Fashions of Faith

Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Dressing for Faith
Gavriel Yehuda Twerski, left, and Meir Simcha Singer study the Torah in their 8th grade class Friday, May 12, 2006, at Yeshiva Shearis Yisroel, a Yiddish-language Hasidic school in Chicago. Yiddish is flourishing at the school but devotees of Yiddish are concerned about the disappearance of the 1,000-year-old language and with it's culture and preserving it in its full glory will be a mammoth task. ( (M. Spencer Green/AP Photo)
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