Reese Witherspoon and Brie Larson Showcase Stylish Fashion & Beauty Buys Supporting International Women's Day
By Amy Lee
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It's International Women's Day, and our favorite brands are celebrating the empowering holiday with limited-edition launches and donations to benefit women across the globe via charities like UN Women, Girls Inc., Dress For Success and more.
Show your support by shopping the chicest fashion and beauty buys that do good:
Old Navy is donating $25k to CARE in support of P.A.C.E. to benefit female education. They're also celebrating IWD with graphic tees with women-themed graphics. To All The Boys I've Loved Before actress Lana Condor rocked the "Hero" T-shirt at Old Navy's Skytypers fleet event where they wrote inspiring phrases across the sky .
DIFF Eyewear launched its limited-edition Captain Marvel aviator sunglasses, inspired by the first Marvel film headed by a lead female character (opens in theaters today!). For every pair purchased, DIFF will donate one to someone in need. Brie Larson approves!
Total proceeds from the Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Lipstick in Pink Punch sales will go to UN Women to support gender equality and female empowerment. The gorgeous packaging features the signature of the brand's Storyteller-in-Chief Reese Witherspoon.
Fashion influencer Olivia Palermo is selling pieces from her own closet on eBay! Full proceeds will go to Dress For Success, an organization that provides professional attire for low-income women and empower them to further their careers.
Designer Isabel Marant teamed up with Net-a-Porter to create a slogan tee with 100% of profits benefitting Women for Women International, which aids female survivors of war in rebuilding their lives. The T-shirt is part of a six-piece collection, including designs from Victoria Beckham, Alexa Chung, Rosie Assoulin, Ellery and Perfect Moment. See all of the tees here.
Urban Decay is donating 100% of the purchase price of the Vice Lipstick in Backtalk to female-driven non-profits, including Women’s Global Empowerment Fund, Kakenya’s Dream, Laura’s House, Her Justice and more.
Stone and Strand's Good Girl collection features minimalist jewelry with female symbols and Ruth Bader Ginsburg initials. Ten percent of all sales from the range during the month of March will be donated to the Malala Fund, founded by Malala Yousafzai, an activist of education for girls and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate.
We love this "Be The Change" sweatshirt from AMO, which will be donating 20% of their online sales to The Women's March in effort to create transformative social and political change for women. Shoppers will also receive a "Babes Unite" tote with purchase.
Inclusive underwear line Harper Wilde dropped a limited-edition purple bra -- the official color of IWD -- embroidered with "Together" to celebrate women uniting in the name of female equality and achievements. Five percent of sales will benefit the National Organization for Women in effort to protect the rights of women and marginalized communities.
Canadian jewelry line Wolf Circus joined forces with artist Rachel Saunders to design a pendant necklace formed after the female body. Partial proceeds from the sale of the piece will go to Girls Inc., a nonprofit that mentors, supports and guides girls and their future. In addition, 25% of proceeds from online sales will be donated to Dress For Success.
LA-based sustainable lifestyle line, Faircloth Supply, will donate 10% of proceeds to The B Project, a Nepalese charity that provides young girls with education and focuses on ending sex trafficking, child labor and abuse.
Fifty-one percent of proceeds from the female-led publishing company Knock Knock's I Am What A Feminist Looks Like Inner-Truth Journal will go to the TIME'S UP initiative throughout the month of March.
A percentage of sales from this stunning Jessie V E ring, inspired by the female form, will benefit Bloody Good Period, an organization that supplies feminine sanitary products to asylum centers and food banks.
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