We all love a good tee, don’t we? To commemorate International Women’s Day this Sunday (8 March), luxury e-commerce website Net-A-Porter partners with Women for Women International for the third time to reveal 20 exclusive shirts.
A total of 20 iconic brands and female designers were invited to submit designs, including Stella McCartney, Gabriela Hearst, Alexa Chung, Isabel Marant, Amina Muaddi, Carine Roitfeld, Jimmy Choo, Rotate, Bernadette, Rosie Assoulin, Staud, The Attico, The Range, The Frankie Shop, Ganni, Nanushka, Charlotte Tilbury, Cecilie Bahnsen, Roxanne Assoulin, alongside a Net-A-Porter x Ninety Percent collaboration.
Each t-shirt reflects the designer’s personal interpretation of women’s empowerment and strength. The Net-A-Porter x Ninety Percent design calls out all ‘Incredible Women’, while The Attico’s Let Your Hair Down t-shirt inspires women to feel confident and comfortable in their own skin. Stella McCartney evokes a sense of sisterhood and compassion, featuring an illustration from her FW19 campaign, where women come together in mutual support and love of the earth.
Bernadette uses a rose motif to comment on how femininity can be both beautiful and fierce. Rotate brings to life their values in the hope of inspiring a better future, while Isabel Marant’s vibrant You Go Girl! motivates and applauds women. The Frankie Shop drives the conversation about inclusivity, demanding that we continue to talk about women’s rights, whilst personifying female bravery through strong padded shoulders, inspired by women who are ready to roll-up their sleeves and fight for change. Ganni’s bright and colourful design elevates the strength and power of a united front, connecting women globally, while Jimmy Choo’s tongue-in-cheek wordplay tells us to Choos women.
All profits from the collection will go towards Women for Women International’s critical work helping women survivors of war to rebuild their lives and create lasting change in their communities. The organization enrols women living in some of the world’s most dangerous places on a year-long training program where they learn about their rights, health, a vocational skill and form a support network of women with similar experiences.
For more information, log on to: http://womenforwomen.org.uk