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Want to wear a Malala scarf?

January 22, 2016 17:48 IST
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The Nobel Peace Prize winner has created a line of scarves to benefit her foundation that aims to empower girls through education.

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Photograph: Courtesy Richard Stonehouse/Getty Images

At the age of 15, Malala Yousafzai became an international icon. Since then she has been campaigning tirelessly for the rights of girls to go to school.

A powerful voice, and the youngest Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, aged 17 at that time, 18-year-old Malala has now found a fashionable way to channel the cause of education.

She has created scarves with fashion icon TOMS to benefit her foundation.

These scarves are not ordinary ones.

Malala scarf

Photograph: Courtesy TOMS

They bear a signature quote by Malala, which reads 'One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world'.

It also features a beautiful pattern which is inspired by Islamic artistry and prints.

Priced at $48, the scarves are available on the TOMS website (www.TOMS.com)

Not one to shy away for a charitable cause TOMS will donate all profits from the sale of the scarves to the Malala Fund, which helps empower girls through education.

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