Malaysia’s leading modest sportswear company Innersejuk, launches the Dignity Collection, a collaboration with Malaysian Social Research Institute (MSRI) in support of the refugee community in Malaysia, supported by Unhcr And Say under the Royal Patronage of His Highness Tengku Amir Shah Ibni Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Alhaj Raja Muda Of Selangor.
The collection consists of a series of specially designed scarves by Zahra Rezaie and Zahra Karimi, who are young refugees from Afghanistan. These talented individuals who have been in Malaysia for many years spent the last few months as apprentices with Innersejuk, under the Project Dignity banner. During this time, they have learned a variety of skills which include commercial design and scarf production.
The highlight of the programme was for each of them to create commercially viable designs for scarves that can be used as hijabs. The result is the creation of the Dignity Collection. The collection is available for sale starting today at www.innersejuk.com. 100% of the profits from the Dignity Collection will be returned to the refugee community that MSRI is serving to fund their education, development, and welfare.
Limited-Edition Satin Square Scarf
Cotton Square Scarves
The collection features a limited-edition satin square scarf in three colours, eight satin shawls, and eight cotton square scarves, for a total of 19 hijabs in different colours and nine different designs. Only 500 pieces of the Limited Edition will be made, and each come with a unique serial number and certificate.
The Dignity Collection goes on sale starting 18 August 2022 and can be purchased at www.innersejuk.com. There are three variations – light cotton squares priced at RM65, lustrous satin shawls at RM120 and the Limited Edition, “HOPE”, at RM290.
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