Off-Kilter Magazine feature, 2016. (Photo: Fauve Foto
We (the blog & I) are so honored to have our work that we are so passionate about featured in countless online, in-print, television, and radio features internationally! We've been everywhere from Teen Vogue to the Malala Foundation Blog to Korean and German television programs to panels and speaking engagements at universities and establishments across the USA--and we couldn't have done it without your continued support, readership, and love! Your messages of support are what keeps this blog running and growing.
Thank you.

To get in touch for an interview, speaking engagement, or brand collaboration, please see below!



UPCOMING: 


+ Stockton University | TBA
+ Virginia Commonwealth University | TBA

PRESS FEATURES + SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS


+ Vice / i-D Magazine "Muslim Blogger Hoda Katebi on the Connection Between your Closet and the Revolution" | February 2017

+ Mother Jones, "America Has a Lot to Learn from this Muslim Fashion Blogger" | February 2017


+ Opziji Magazine (Netherlands/Dutch), "Catwalk Teheran" | issue 10, 2016

+ University of Chicago, "The Politics of Fashion" talk | November 2016

+ Northeastern University - Boston, "The Politics of Tehran Streetstyle" talk | November 2016

+ University of Illinois-Chicago, Champaign Urbana, "Islam & Feminism" talk | November 2016

+ Wabash College, "Views from the Left: Socialist Politics in 2016 & Beyond" panelist | October 2016

+ Interview on NPR's Worldview | October 2016

+ Columbia College, "Breaking Stereotypes" panelist | October 2016

+ Brownbook Magazine, September/October 2016 -- issue 59 | September 2016

+ Interview on Radio Islam, "Politics, Fashion, and Feminism" | August 2016

+ Off-Kilter Magazine, cover story | August 2016

+ Chicago Magazine, "5 Chicago Muslim Women Bloggers You Should Know" | August 2016

+ Refinery29, Streetstyle in the Middle East | July 2016

+ Afar Magazine, "How Fashion Can Challenge Western Misconceptions About Iran & Islam" | July 2016

+ Muslim Women Creatives panelist | May 2016

+ Chicago Humanities Festival, "Hijab and Fashion" panelist | May 2016

+ Perspective Magazine, "Behind JooJoo Azad: Interview with Hoda Katebi" | Winter 2016

+ Cafe Nadery, "Tehran Streetstyle" presentation | February 2016

+ Notre Dame University, "The Politics of the Underground Iranian Fashion Scene" presentation | February 2016

+ Al Bayan Magazine, "The Muslim Brand" | Winter 2016

+ Bento, "So bunt und modern ist der Streetstyle in Teheran" (German) | 2016

+ Muftah, "Tehran Streetstyle" is Challenging Perceptions of Beauty, Identity, and Resistance" | 2016

+ District Magazine, cover story | August 2015

+ Guest on Korean TV Show "A Style for You," to style looks and talk about the Hijab | 2015

+ Invited to co-host the 2015 For The Sake of Fashion benefit runway show in collaboration with UNICEF DePaul | 2014

+ Malala Foundation Blog, "The Power of One Girl With a Blog" | 2014

+ Rivista di Moda, cover story  | February 2014

+ Listed as 5th in Teen Vogue's Top 100 Fashion Bloggers | 2014

+ Ranked #10 Up-and-Coming Fashion Blog in the World by Bloglovin | 2013


COLLABORATIONS: 

For any and all collaboration/press inquires, please email Hoda at hoda@joojooazad.com and you will receive a response within 1-2 days. 


Brands + Bloggers 

We love collaborating with brands and bloggers with similar visions and goals! Please keep in mind that this is strictly an ethical fashion blog and therefore poor ethical standards are not tolerated. Preference on collaborations will be given to brands that demonstrate philanthropic efforts and clear social responsibility. Media kit is available upon request.

We have not/will never collaborate with a brand or organization with questionable/poor ethical standards, such as those on the boycott list, and will continue to reject collaboration offers from such brands. All sponsored content will clearly be marked as so. 


Speaking Engagements/Interviews

Hoda has given interviews, lectures, and participated in panel discussions about topics relating to/including: her Tehran Streetstyle book and original research on the politics underground Iranian fashion industry and the intersections of Islam, feminism, hijab, Orientalism, gender, and fashion; ethical fashion and anti-capitalism; art and activism, and other intersections of her work. 

Planning is currently underway for Tehran Streetstyle book tours in California, New York, and Toronto, among other cities--if your university, bookstore, cafe, or organization would like to request a speaking engagement please get in touch at the email listed above. 


WE ALSO CONTRIBUTE TO:

We are proud to be a part of, and contribute to, a range of various networks and online and print publications, including but not limited to: 

Huffington Post | TeenVogue | Muslim Girl | Windy City Bloggers Collective | Her Campus | Chicago Blogger Network | Chicago Monitor