Ever since she was a little girl, Savannah Uqdah longed to pose for pictures and strut down a runway with flashbulbs bursting. But as an observant Muslim who didn't want to violate Islam’s tenets on modesty, the aspiring model assumed that designers wouldn't hire someone who was unwilling to show some skin.

Ever since she was a little girl, Savannah Uqdah longed to pose for pictures and strut down a runway with flashbulbs bursting. But as an observant Muslim who didn't want to violate Islam’s tenets on modesty, the aspiring model assumed that designers wouldn't hire someone who was unwilling to show some skin.