Educational activist Malala Yousafzai will appear on the cover of British Vogue from July 2021, the magazine said on Tuesday.
The magazine posted a photo on the cover of its July issue of Malala magazine in an attractive red Stella McCartney gown with the words “Malala’s Amazing Life. Congratulations, Activist, Legend” underneath.
She was photographed by British fashion photographer Nick Knight. Inside, the publication contained an extensive interview with Sirin Cale. British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Eninufil shared a lengthy note on Instagram as Malala nodded.
“The world’s most famous graduate has lived so many lives at 23. “A tireless activist, writer, campaigner for the education of girls, girls, sisters, students and survivors,” she said.
Recalling the past decade that had brought much turmoil to Malala, she said she was a “young teenager with a passion for learning”. She noted that she “always gave a voice to girls who have been denied the right to study”.
“The near-fatal assassination attempt on his life in 2012 – or what he called the ‘Incident’ – brought him to the UK for special operations. But she didn’t stop there,” she wrote. Enninful said that in interviews, Malala talked about “everything from her reluctance after despair, about her transition to television production and her eloquent thoughts about wearing the hijab – and even her previous fears.” love and relationship”.
“A new side of Malala is being revealed,” he said, urging readers to read the interview in full. Malala later shared the photo on her Instagram, saying, “Excited and humbled to be on the cover of UK Vogue! I know the power that a little girl’s heart holds when she has a vision and a goal, and I hope that every girl who sees this cover believes she has the ability to change the world. “