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A Muslim Fashion Designer Has Created A Head Scarf In Support Of Same-Sex Marriage

"At the end of the day, everyone should feel proud of who they are."

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"This campaign is something that is very special and important to us," founder Azahn Munas said.

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"As a new brand that prides itself on challenging social norms, we often face some of the same struggles and barriers as members of the LGBTIQ community."

"At the end of the day, everyone should feel proud of who they are, regardless of their skin colour, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation and everyone deserves the right to love, and be loved in return.”

This isn't the first time the brand has released scarves for timely occasions. Earlier this year MOGA released a range of Australia Day scarves, shooting a campaign with women from different backgrounds.

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The women all wore the scarf in a way that reflected their culture and personal style.

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