Plan x Costume x Envelope1976
In cooperation with Plan and Costume we launch the Limited Equality scarf. All the profit goes to Plan's Girls' Fund, and the money is earmarked for girls' rights and for more children to be protected from child marriage and violence. To us the scarf symbols that we stand up for each other and are together in the fight for women's rights.
The wool scarf is in a light beige and cream colour that can be used all year round, either as a scarf, shawl, headdress, blanket, or skirt.
Buy the Equality scarf here
There was no doubt about who would front the Equality project this year. The Norwegian model Dunia A. Dosh is passionate about equality and sustainability - and was the right person for the collaboration.
When Costume asked Dunia why the Equality project was important to her, she replied:
- Children should be allowed to be children! Getting married off as a child takes away from you the opportunity to live a free life. Most parents want the best for their children, but may lack knowledge or be bound by old traditions. Every year, 12 million girls around the world get married. Only the certainty that it will happen should give us the strength to do what we can so that together we can fight child marriage.
Everyone should have equal rights, and the opportunity to decide over one's own life. We must stand together to overcome global challenges. We at Envelope1976 aim to contribute to a more transparent industry with a focus on women's rights.