Lalela scarves feature inspiring designs from young artists in Lalela after school programs. Proceeds from each scarf sale go towards helping young innovators find their voice and overcome the narrative of poverty through the transformative power of arts education.
This artwork was created by Bronson, Adolf, Grashem, Cikiwa, Lucy and Oneza.
Bronson, Adolf and Grashem are aspiring rap artists who often perform at events in their community. Hudson loves are and design and hopes to pursue a career in the creative industry.
Cikiwa, Lucy and Oneza have all been in the Lalela female empowerment programme, where their self-confidence and belief in themselves grows stronger each year. As a group, they have grown up together in Lalela since they were in primary school.