Haha.. what a challenge! Modern day Morocco style is quite unchanged over time, and this could be due to the conservative religious views of Islam along with other cultural restrictions.
But surely today if you were to walk the back streets of Casablanca or Marrakesh there would be some differences? Im sure the first obvious visual would be the accessories like the Nike shoes or the Gucci sunglasses maybe perhaps an iPhone in hand or on ear… The world today is a truly global society and Morocco not being in a embargoed bubble like North Korea or Cuba from modernism has had a chance to take on some changes in influences along with its values and outlooks.
So to look deeper at the dress of local people would show some subtle differences. In no particular order we would have the manufacturing process, the actual fabric, motifs and detail along with the colours and cuts. Sexual diversity, family freedom and Economic separation also is widening the styles. Evidenced in the slideshow below there has been the addition of trousers, along with Tunics and computerised stitching detail.
Now of course theres always a modern designer or two around the world taking concepts and styles from traditional cultures, and creating fresh new looks from old cultures. Without the bounds of Religion and Climate, variations using basic Moroccan and Muslim aspects of fashion have popped up on catwalks around the globe. Brighter colours, Cuts showing more skin, Hats, belts and modern accessories all making the look fresh and rebellious for younger ethnics innovators wanting to stand out from the crowd at the coffee cafes and market places. Tribal features like string ties, flowing fabrics and earthy colours keep the association to its roots. One designer I can find is Hassan Hajjaj and another major breakout is by an image captured by a fashion couple in the 1060’s Pic by Patrick Lichfeild
pictured in the slideshow below is the Google images of modern Morrocan inspired fashion..