INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY WITH NET-A-PORTER
NET-A-PORTER are once again celebrating International Women’s Day by supporting Women for Women International with an incredible t-shirt collection. This year, in honour of NET-A-PORTER’s 20th anniversary, 20 iconic brands and female designers have 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 are all championing women survivors of war by taking part in the campaign.
With 100% of profits from the collection being donated to Women for Women International, NET-A-PORTER continues to reinforce its commitment to support the empowerment of women living in the world’s most dangerous places.
EXPLORE THE 2020 COLLECTION
Each t-shirt reflects the designer’s personal interpretation of women’s empowerment and strength. 100% of profits will be 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.