Arguably the most underrated item in a woman’s closet, the humble scarf is an easy and affordable way to update any look. Lalela, a non-profit organisation established by Andrea Kerzner during the 2010 World Cup, knows this all too well and have produced a line of luxury scarves that you’ll want to wear with everything!
Meaning ‘to listen’ in Zulu, Lalela provides educational arts to at-risk youths and all profits made from the sale of scarves help fund the specialised programmes focusing on female empowerments, leadership and music.
Printed on luxurious fabrics, such as cotton, silk, modal and cashmere, the artwork on each scarf is created by Lalela learners so you can look and feel good about contributing to a worthy cause.
Get it philosophyonline.co.za
Cost R1 500 – R3 400
Photography Lauren Shantall Integrated Communications