Fans smitten by Malala Yousafzai’s look ahead to the 2023 Oscars: ‘Great in hijab’

Malala Yousafzai’s sparkling silver outfit at the 2023 Oscars dazzled fans, who praised her for championing “modest fashion”.

The Pakistani activist attended the Oscars for the first time on Sunday night (March 12) with her husband Asser Malik.

Yousafzai, 25, wore a hooded silver sequin Ralph Lauren dress with long sleeves and a floor-length skirt. The Nobel laureate is accessorised with a silver diamond ring and a gold ring with an emerald flower by Santi Jewels.

Yousafzai, who wears a headscarf for religious reasons, was praised by social media users for donning a glamorous and modest look on the champagne-colored carpet.

“What an inspiration for women all over the world. Great in hijab,” one person commented.

Another said her look epitomized “old Hollywood,” adding, “Stunning… modest. Perfection.”

One commenter wrote: “She looks amazing and thinks it’s halal!”

Yousafzai was also praised for her “perfect” reaction to Jimmy Kimmel’s gag about an alleged interaction between Harry Styles and Chris Pine.

Kimmel asked the education activist, “As the youngest Nobel Prize winner in history, I was wondering if Harry Styles spat on Chris Pine?”

Yousafzai paused for a moment before replying, “I’m only talking about peace.”

Malala Yousafzai attends the 95th Annual Academy Awards on March 12, 2023

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It comes after a video of Styles “appearing to spit” on Pine during the screening of Olivia Wilde’s film in Venice. don’t worry darling last year went viral. Pine representatives and a source close to Styles denied the alleged incident, claiming the moment “just didn’t exist.”

Yousafzai was the executive producer of stranger at the gatenominated for Best Documentary Short at the Oscars.

The film follows the story of a former US Marine who plots a terrorist attack on a mosque in Muncie, Indiana, but changes his mind after being welcomed by the community.

Yousafzai became the youngest Nobel Prize winner when she received the award at the age of 17 after being the target of a Taliban assassination.

She was shot in the head but survived long enough to be rushed from Pakistan to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham for surgery. After her recovery, she became a well-known activist for women’s and girls’ right to education. Fans smitten by Malala Yousafzai’s look ahead to the 2023 Oscars: ‘Great in hijab’

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