The women of Chitral in the Hindu Kush in Pakistan are traditionally kept out of sight and out of power. But the arrival of a foreign fashion line is changing everything.
The clothing line, Carvana, is empowering dozens of local women giving them a market for their traditional sewing skills. Many now earn more than their husbands. And it's not only women benefiting from the work - there's even a former Taliban member working for Carvana. N.B NOT FOR SALE TO MIDDLE EAST OR INDIAN SUBCONTINENT FOR LEGAL REASONSFULL SYNOPSIS