Judgement from the Supreme Court of the United States on a case involving the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Petitioner representation of Samantha Elauf v Abercrombie and Fitch. Elauf a practicing Muslim wears a headscarf following her religious belief. She applied for a job at a clothing store, Abercrombie and Fitch, and was invited for an interview. During the interview neither Elauf nor the interviewer mentioned the headscarf, and Elauf was rated well for her skills. However, Elauf was not offered the position, as her headscarf was deemed incompatible with the company’s “Look Policy”, which prohibited wearing “caps” at work. The policy was interpreted to prohibit all headwear worn by staff, religious or non-religious.