Muslim fashion label MOGA recently released an LGBT headscarf in solidarity with marriage equality in Australia.

Azahn Munas, the founder of the brand, spoke to BuzzFeed about the label's latest campaign, saying that "as a new brand that prides itself on challenging social norms, we often face some of the same struggles and barriers as members of the LGBTIQ community".

"At the end of the day, everyone should feel proud of who they are, regardless of their skin color, religious beliefs, or sexual orientation and everyone deserves the right to love, and be loved in return," Munas added.

"PROUD to show our support for marriage equality in Australia. Remember kids, LOVE is LOVE."

MOGA's campaign comes in light of Australia's pending legalization of same-sex marriage

According to the latest Guardian poll that was published at the beginning of November, the country appears to be on track for a "yes" vote on whether same-sex marriage should be legalized.

64 percent of those who took part in the poll voted in favor of LGBT marriages.

Malcolm Turnbull, Australia's Prime Minister, had initially promised to consider a private member's bill to legalize same-sex marriage before the end of the year. 

However, the government recently rejected the proposal voiced to parliament by indigenous leader Noel Pearson. According to Reuters, the final results will be announced on November 15. 

Not the first time Munas uses fashion to make a statement

Munas was born and raised in Sri Lanka and moved to Australia when he was 7-years-old. He has been using fashion to make meaningful statements time and again.

In 2016, Munas sent Australian Pauline Hanson - the leader of the right-wing populist party One Nation - a number of headscarves in an effort to combat her Islamophobic views. 

Along with the headscarves, Munas penned an open letter to Hanson, saying:

"I would hate to think that someone would not want you in Australia because you are a Christian, or have white skin, or fierce red hair."