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
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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
Young Iraqi Sabaean Mandean boys wait at the water's edge to be baptized in the Tigris River Monday, July 21, 2003, in Baghdad, Iraq. Hundreds of Iraqi Sabaean Mandeans--an ancient religious sect that views the Bible's John the Baptist as savior--come to submerge themselves in the Tigris River in the annual ritual. They were celebrating the eve of their first New Year since the fall of Saddam Hussein. (Mikhail Metzel/AP Photo)
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