International Women's Day 2018: How celebs have their feminist T-shirts sorted this year

Sabrina Carder

Today is International Women’s Day, and this year it's more poignant than ever.

Following a string of harassment allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, the Time’s Up and #MeToo movements have dominated the red carpets and runways this year as stars continue to use fashion as a political platform.

After donning black gowns to the Golden Globes and Bafta’s, stars are continuing to make sartorial protests, this time in alignment with International Women’s Day.

Nicole Kidman, Dakota Fanning, Taraji P Henson and Viola Davis are just a few of the A-list names who recently took to Instagram to show off a variety of empowering white tees - tees which we can all buy.

The six exclusive t-shirts from Net-A-Porter are designed by six iconic designers Stella McCartney, Ganni, Off White, Bella Freud, Rosie Assoulin and Chloé – each design revealing a personal interpretation of female empowerment.

Chloe’s tee is delicately embroidered with gold female silhouette, Ganni offers a more tongue-in-cheek approach with the slogan 'girls girls girls on top' to promote gender equality and Bella Freud helps to reinforce that love is the answer through a striking neon ‘love for you’ slogan.

Not only are the tees incredibly stylish, but they are philanthropic too; all profits from sales are donated to Women for Women International, a charity which helps female survivors of war rebuild their lives.

Since the non-for-profit organisation was founded in 1993, it has helped more than 462,000 women across eight conflict-affected countries, making one of these star-approved t-shirts a very worthy addition to our wardrobe for International Women’s Day.

Shop the Net-A-Porter collection here

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