Meet Sahro Hassan, a young Somali immigrant who stepped into the halls of Lewiston Regional Technical Center in Maine, as a freshman in 2010. At that young age she was already designing her future along with trendy clothes for young Muslim women. “The fashion industry in the US doesn’t do justice to modest women, especially when it comes to young females like me, and that frustrated me,” explains Hassan. “I decided to create fashions appropriate to my culture and to my beliefs,” she adds, “but also unique and sophisticated so that both Muslim and non-Muslim women would want to wear it.” We start at a fashion show being video-taped at Lewiston Middle school where the young designer was once a student. There we see Hassan working with Muslim and non-Muslim models, both backstage and then on stage. Interviews with Hassan and her teachers/mentors complete the picture. The full story can be found on the site who I was working for when I made the video and still images, Aramco World.