There are so many facets of being a woman in the Islamic world.
The pressure and repression of religion and the political system in order to maintain the structure of power, establishes a conflict with the economic capitalist system that Islamic countries have adopted.
‑The situation this contradiction generates makes women live in a continuous conflict between two opposing forces:
On one side the consumerism that makes people you act like a Westerner, and on the other side the pressure from family and institutions.
Traditional clothing sometimes mixes with Western fashion, others it follows tradition and tribal laws, unchanged over the centuries.
Walking on the streets of Istanbul, the eyes are caught by the generational conflict between young and adults; realities in continuos mutation.