It could be from your community, a news article or even just about your friend.
Stories of Muslim women who embody the three pillars of the Voilee brand - Faith, Courage and Fortitude.
Narratives that can enlighten, inspire and motivate Muslim women from around the world.
After two years, more than 730,000 mostly-Muslim Rohingya fled Buddhist-dominated Myanmar after decades of under apartheid-like restrictions, many among them are women struggling to re-position themselves in society.
This is the story of one of those refugees, Shofika Begum. Defying the impossible with one stitch at a time.
A genuine story of survival through faith, courage and fortitude.
From housewife to recipient of the Ramon Magsaysay Awards, considered by many as Asia’s equivalent of the Nobel Prize.
Angkhana Neelapaijit’s story is one for the movies. Transformed by a tragedy in her personal life and by events in her community. She bravely took on the authorities and eventually became the champion for human rights victims in her country.
She epitomized the positive transformation necessary when we are at our lowest.
Mama Yati is a strong maternal figure among her extended family members. Well love and cherished by everyone.
As a Muslim woman, she is proper when it comes to respecting elders, greetings before meals and speaking with "real words" - no slangs, no short forms and no swear words.
As a person, she is never too old to learn and try anything. As a survivor, she fights her disease with courage and dignity.
A wonderful role model for her family and everyone who knows her.
A world famous architect and the first ever woman to win the Pritzker Prize (architecture's most prestigious prize).
One of the greatest creative forces in architecture in our time with iconic structures in several major cities around the world.
An exemplary woman of Islam who broke the shell of restrain and exhibited her brilliance on the world stage.