In 2016 our Ambassador Charlotte Tilbury created a range of 12 beautiful lipstick shades to raise funds for women survivors of war. £1 from every Hot Lips lipstick sold in the first two months of sales was donated to Women for Women International.
ELEMIS donated a total of £30,000 in support of our work in 2016, which included funding a class of 25 women in Afghanistan through our year-long programme. In 2017, ELEMIS has continued to support Women for Women International with a donation of £30,000 and through sponsoring 12 more women through our year-long training program.
In July 2017 Brazilian lifestyle brand, Havaianas, launched an exciting collaboration with some of the world’s most influential creatives in support of Women for Women International.
As part of their ongoing commitment, in 2017 L.K.Bennett embarked on a meaningful collaboration with us, working with our Kosovan training graduates to co-design three limited-edition shoes.
Mint Velvet, through their #MVGIVING initiative, are supporting us with the funds necessary to reach even more marginalised women, as well as raising awareness about the crucial work we are doing to support women survivors of war.
In 2015, award-winning jeweller Monica Vinader, designed the beautiful #SheInspiresMe Friendship Bracelet exclusively for Women for Women International.
Alice was so inspired by the warmth of the women she met that she decided to create unique pieces of jewellery in order to raise funds and awareness to help survivors of war.
Molly Gunn, editor of the Selfish Mother blogzine has created the gorgeous #MotherTee to "show solidarity for the global sistahood". All profits support our work with women survivors of war.
Alex Eagle, Alice Temperley, Amanda Wakeley, Charlotte Olympia, Jade Lai and Mary Katrantzou each created a beautiful and unique design inspired by the strength, resilience and beauty of women to mark International Women's Day 2017.