International Women’s Day 2018: Shop these charitable fashion brands

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By Wei Yeen Loh

International Women’s Day 2018: Shop these charitable fashion brands

Net-A-Porter for Women for Women International

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Fashion e-retailer Net-A-Porter has collaborated with six designers to design exclusive t-shirts, with 100% of the proceeds going to Women for Women International, a non-profit organisation that helps women survivors of war across the globe to rebuild their lives. The designers include Stella McCartney, Ganni, Bella Freud, Rosie Assoulin, Off White, and Chloé — with shirts available on the site now. Join the A-lister bandwagon with the likes of Natalia Vodianova, Cara Delevingne, Nicole Kidman, Dakota Fanning, and more in support for the sisterhood.

Shop the t-shirts here.


Farfetch x Chinti & Parker

Online fashion retailer platform Farfetch will also be donating to Women for Women International in conjunction of International Women’s Day, with an exclusive t-shirt in collaboration with knitwear specialists Chinti & Parker. Crafted from 100% cotton, the “I AM” tee sports a crew neck, short sleeves and multicolour “I AM” detailing on the front. 100% of proceeds go to the organisation as well.

Shop the t-shirt here.


Feed’s Woman On A Mission

In celebration of unity and activism, handmade bag and accessories company Feed has partnered up with four inspiring women on limited-edition totes from its Woman On A Mission range. The four power women include entrepreneur and author Arianna Huffington, artist and poet Cleo Wade, fashion designer Ulla Johnson, and cookbook collaborator and writer Julia Turshen. For every purchase of a tote bag, 10 school meals will be given to vulnerable and impoverished communities across the world.

Shop the tote here.


Astley Clarke x Gurls Talk

British jewellery brand has colluded with model and feminist activist Adwoa Aboah on an exclusive pendant that has been designed in-house for Aboah’s organisation, Gurls Talk. The statement-making adornment features a red enamel Gurls Talk lips logo and a name in its 18 carat yellow gold vermeil chain, and 100% of profits from this pendant will be donated to Gurls Talk, a platform for young women to openly address their experiences in a safe environment.

Shop the pendant here.


La Ligne x Cleo Wade 

NYC-based chic-essentials label La Ligne has collaborated with Cleo Wade, the talented artist, poet, and speaker on a t-shirt that will support the Time’s Up initiative. Dubbed the “AccountabiliTEE”, the tee will be available to purchase from the site on March 8 (USA time) with 100% of proceeds going to the Hollywood celebrity-founded movement that helps women everywhere fight systemic inequality and injustice in the workplace.

Shop the tee here.

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