Edeline Lee scarves support Women for Women International

Sales will benefit marginalised women in Asia, Africa and Europe

Edeline Lee – a Central Saint Martins graduate who has worked in the studios of Zac Posen and Alexander McQueen and made her London Fashion Week debut last year – is harnessing her design talent to support marginalised women across Africa, Asia and Europe. Lee has produced a collection of handmade graphic scarves for Swiss fashion label Brand of Sisters, with half of the profits benefiting Women for Women International, an NGO operating in eight countries affected by war. Its 12-month programme teaches women vocational skills to help them become financially self-sufficient, as well as providing education on rights, health and nutrition; just £22 is enough to sponsor one woman for a year.

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The five scarf designs are inspired by modernist collages and come in bright blocks of colour with black and cream chevrons and stripes.

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