In preparation for International Women's Day on Friday 8 March, Net-A-Porter is celebrating in the chicest way possible. The online retailer called on the industry's top designers to create printed tee's exclusively for the occasion, including Isabel Marant, Victoria Beckham, Rosie Assoulin, Alexa Chung, Ellery and Perfect Moment.
The Women's Day capsule collection includes six different designs, one from each designer, that are all available to buy online - although the Ellery tee has already sold out! A special bonus: the luxury e-commerce site has announced that 100% of the profits made will be going to Women For Women International, a UK-based charity that helps women survivors of war. The charity has already helped over 479,000 women in 8 different countries to rebuild their lives and provide them with a better future.
A feminist tee and all proceeds go to women in need? We can't think of a sweeter way to celebrate.
Naturally, celebs are loving the project and have been spotted in the different tee's all over Insta.
Nicole Kidman posted a photo wearing Rosie Assoulin's printed tee, the design is a black-and-red binary code that translates to "Happy International Women's Day", making a heart shape.
Storm Reid also posted on Insta supporting the exclusive collection. She showed off her Victoria Beckham-designed tee, which features her signature 'VB' on the back and 'I am her' on the front, likely symbolizing the sisterhood that comes with International Women's Day.
Ellery designed a simple tee with 'Women, Woman, Female, Girl' in black print, which the internet lost it over (hence why it sold out so quickly!).
Isabel Marant went bold with red block lettering and the phrase 'You Go Girl' on the front of her tee, whilst Alexa Chung added a velvet touch to the phrase 'divine feminine' on her's. According to the Chung, the phrase is a representation of empathy and intuition.
The luxury activewear brand Perfect Moment emblazoned the word 'POWER' with a rainbow star on their design. In a celebration of women, this specially designed tee is to recognise all women for their achievements and was seen on the founder of the brand, Jane Gottschalk, out on the slopes.
To get your hands on your own tee and support Women For Women, visit Net-A-Porter.
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