Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Prize-winning Pakistani student and social activist, graced the go over of the British style magazine Vogue.
Malala Yousafzai has been selected for the cover of Vogue Magazine’s July issue.
Yesterday, Malala shared a photo on the go over of a trend journal in which she tweeted, “I know the ability that a young girl carries in her heart when she has a eyesight and a mission – and I hope that each individual woman who sees this go over will know that she can transform the world.”
I know the power that a youthful lady carries in her heart when she has a eyesight and a mission – and I hope that just about every lady who sees this protect will know that she can transform the globe. Thank you @BritishVogue, @Edward_Enninful & @thedalstonyears pic.twitter.com/3OYejo5Hnm
— Malala (@Malala) June 1, 2021
Malala’s shared image is currently being appreciated by social media buyers.
On the other hand, Malala’s job interview has been shared on social media by the British manner magazine Vogue underneath the headline ‘Malala’s extraordinary life.
In addition, Malala’s notable achievements as a magazine profile have been highlighted.
In an interview with Vogue, Malala stated, “Dupatta is the id of our Pashtun society, which exhibits the place we belong. When we Pashtun or Pakistani ladies put on our cultural costume, we are considered oppressed, silent.” So I want to notify everybody that you can be your individual voice in your individual society.