I AM HER: Net-A-Porter's International Women's Day Collection
Text by Justin Ng | Photos courtesy of Net-A-Porter
'I am her' handwritten and designed by Victoria Beckham
Designed by Rosie Assoulin
'You Go Girl' designed by Isabel Marant
'Divine Feminine' designed by Alexa Chung
'Power' designed by Jane Gottschalk
Designed by Kim Ellery

Whether it's your significant other, your mother, your sister or your sister from another mister, show some love and respect for the women in your life this Women's month. Not sure what to do? Net-A-Porter thankfully has us covered with their launch of six exclusive T-shirts to celebrate International Women's Day. And, it so happens that these T-shirts were designed by six highly empowered women themselves: Victoria Beckham, Isabel Marant, Kim Ellery, Rosie Assoulin, Alexa Chung, and Jane Gottschalk. Talk about a star-studded lineup. Feel just a bit of their individual personalities rub off on you, with each T-shirt having its own unique message in the designers' interpretation of what it means to be brave and empowered as women. The handwritten I am her by Victoria Beckham, shows a strong compassion for her fellow women and to remind you that you're not alone. Isabel Marant's You Go Girl!, shows off her optimistic side and some fiery flair. Plus, all proceeds directly benefit Women for Women International, a non-profit dedicated to helping women living in war-torn countries to rebuild their lives. That's a powerful statement of a shirt, for both women and men alike.

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