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.
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