Malala Yousuf Zai is a well-known celebrity on the international podium. Moreover, education activist will star on British Vogue’s July 2021 cover, the magazine announced on Tuesday. Yes, Malala. Once again, the 23-year-old has made her country, Pakistan, honored on global arenas. But haters awake too and censure the laureate. Malala Yousuf Zai’s Glamorous Look on Vogue Cover.
Malala, in the interview, spoke about “everything from her post-uni wobbles to her move into TV production and her eloquent thoughts on wearing the headscarf – and even her trepidation about love and relationships”. As Edward had said, “A new side to Malala is revealed”.
The famous magazine shared a photo of the cover
Malala can be seen in a conspicuous red Stella McCartney dress, with the words “The extraordinary life of Malala. Survivor, activist, legend” shinning at the bottom. British fashion photographer Nick Knight photographed the Pakistani activist.
.@Malala stars on British Vogue’s July 2021 cover, photographed by Nick Knight. Read the interview with @thedalstonyears in full ahead of the issue’s release: https://t.co/ti3u2JgSPd pic.twitter.com/IEbu92uQaS
— British Vogue (@BritishVogue) June 1, 2021
British Vogue Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful shared a long note on Instagram as a nod to Malala
“When it comes to people I admire, Malala Yousafzai is right at the top. At 23, the world’s most famous university graduate has already lived so many lives. Activist, author, tireless campaigner for girls’ education, daughter, sister, student, and survivor. She was a young teenager with a passion for learning.”
Edward Enninful further said,
“Malala’s voice for girls is noticeable, her manifesto was, “voice to girls denied the right to learn”, and for it, she was A near-fatal attempt on her life in 2012 — or what she calls ‘the incident’ — brought her to Britain for specialist surgery. But she didn’t stop there”.
Malala also took it to Twitter to extend her gratitude to the magazine
“I know the power that a young girl carries in her heart when she has a vision and a mission…,” she wrote.
I know the power that a young girl carries in her heart when she has a vision and a mission – and I hope that every girl who sees this cover will know that she can change the world. Thank you @BritishVogue, @Edward_Enninful & @thedalstonyears pic.twitter.com/3OYejo5Hnm
— Malala (@Malala) June 1, 2021
Malala Yousuf Zai’s Glamorous Look on Vogue Cover
A few trolls could not resist mocking Malala
A very proud and inspiring moment.
P.S. I hope that every girl that has been subjected to oppression and terrorism gets the same privilege, status and financial support as you’ve been granted. https://t.co/dsYMYzBUVf
— Levi Ackerman (@itshassan2598) June 2, 2021
SHE IS PUPPET OF JEWS AND EUROPIANS. https://t.co/B0QBpnT50t
— Muhammad Javed Iqbal (@Muhamma71462270) June 2, 2021
Come to Pakistan and start a movement so families who are living in rural areas can give a proper education to their daughter. Living in london and sharing fake terrorists accounts and propaganda on Pakistan won’t make you a bigger person you hypocrite, puppet of west. #ImranKhan https://t.co/p7McJ0Plhd
— Asad mancc (@Mancdasa) June 1, 2021
She does everything except standing up for the RIGHT thing https://t.co/LRazv8E2C5
— Pooja (@TheseHairFlips) June 1, 2021
Well, the haters can show odium all they want but how can one deny that Malala has brought a delighted moment for Pakistan. Hats off to the brave young lady!