Habiba Da Silva (centre, in the image below) created the line, called ‘SKIN’, in four different shades - inspired by “togetherness amongst different types of people”.
The 22-year-old hopes the collection will “break up the trend of having brands with clothing dressed on only lighter skinned models”.
She also states the scarves were created to be worn by both men and women, from every religion.
“The theme of the collection plays around the idea of marriage; not necessarily as a bond between a man and a woman, rather as a bond between people from different backgrounds and cultures,” Da Silva writes on her website.
“The word, marriage, is all about bringing entities together. This is what SKIN is about.”