A 360 PARTNERSHIP
Each year since 2018, leading luxury online destination NET-A-PORTER has created an iconic t-shirt collection with top designers to celebrate International Women’s Day, with 100% of profits being donated to our work. NET-A-PORTER's IWD collection is their flagship fundraising and raises vital funds and awareness for our cause. Through 2020’s collection, NET-A-PORTER raised over £200k for women survivors of war, and in total over the last three years, raised enough to fund over 850 women through our Stronger Women, Stronger Nations programme. Last year's collection was also suppported by celebrities including Gillian Anderson, Brooke Shields, Halima Aden, Kerry Washington and Camila Cabello.
Building upon the success of the International Women’s Day collection and reinforcing their commitment to invest in women's power, NET-A-PORTER also supported us with three additional activities in 2020: an exclusive holiday collection, branded face coverings and an Instagram filter donation. This year, we look forward to working with NET-A-PORTER's staff on various volunteering projects to deepen their understanding of our work and learn from their expertise.
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2021 WITH NET-A-PORTER
For the fourth year in a row, NET-A-PORTER are supporting Women for Women International with an incredible International Women's Day collection. This year, you can shop stylish t-shirts by designers such as Stella McCartney, Simone Rocha and Emilia Wickstead, unique jewellery by Alighieri or even iconic homeware by Anissa Kermiche! 100% of profits from the collection will be donated to Women for Women International. Additionally, for every public post tagged #PowerToChange, @womenforwomen and @netaporter on TikTok or Instagram between1st-8th March, NET-A-PORTER will donate $1 to Women for Women International.
We are so grateful to Tove, Stella McCartney, Anya Hindmarch, Anissa Kermiche, Jennifer Fisher, Simone Rocha, Westman Atelier, Roxanne Assoulin, Amina Muaddi, Alighieri, Emilia Wickstead and Ninety Percent for investing in the power of women.
In 2020, NET-A-PORTER teamed up with designers including Jason Wu, Smythson and Veja to create an exclusive collection, with 20% of profits donated to our work helping women living in some of the world’s most dangerous places.
NET-A-PORTER also supported us with 100% of profits from their very own branded face coverings and a bespoke Instagram Stories filter. Every time the filter was shared using #HomefortheHolidays via Instagram, £1 was donated to our vital work between November 30th – December 25th.
In 2020, in honour of NET-A-PORTER’s 20th anniversary, 20 iconic brands and female designers created designs that symbolise women’s empowerment. Stella McCartney, Gabriela Hearst, ALEXACHUNG, 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 all championed women survivors of war by taking part in the campaign. 100% of profits were donated to our vital work with women survivors of war.
In 2019, NET-A-PORTER created a second t-shirt collection for International Women’s Day. The collection featured designs from six incredible female designers; ALEXACHUNG, Ellery, Isabel Marant, Perfect Moment, Victoria Beckham, and Rosie Assoulin.
The success of the 2018 and 2019 NET-A-PORTER campaigns raised enough to support over 300 women through our year-long training programme. Their commitment to women survivors of war has helped foster hope for the women we serve and empower them to forge a new path for themselves and their families.
2018 marked the start of our incredible partnership with NET-A-PORTER. To celebrate International Women’s Day, NET-A-PORTER created an iconic t-shirt collection with designers expressing their own interpretation of female empowerment; Bella Freud, Chloe, Ganni, Off-White, Rosie Assoulin and Stella McCartney.
100% of profits from the collection were donated to our work, which raised over £90,000.