Inspired by true human trafficking stories, every scarf in this designer collection speaks of the plight of trafficking survivors in Singapore and their remarkable resilience in overcoming their adversities. Part of an awareness project and in collaboration with 5 leading fashion designers and artists in Singapore, the “Be A Voice for the Silenced” campaign seeks to raise public awareness and mobilise community action; each scarf design carries a message of hope that speaks to victims in their native language.
Using a peacock with its tail feathers fanning out, Esther Goh creates the imagery of a dancer's flowing skirt in the midst of a triumphant dance. This scarf is inspired by the bravery of Ranita, a dancer forced into working at a club and taken advantaged of by her customers.
With less than 100 pieces left, pick out a scarf for a perfect gift, and "Be A Voice for the Silenced", lending them courage to seek help from their exploitative situation. You could be a lifeline for a trafficking victim entrapped in exploitation.