The Stars Are Bringing Back Girl Power With These Snazzy Statement T-Shirts and You Can Too
International Women's Day falls March 8 and a gaggle of celebrities are showing their support for all things female by wearing their heart on their, well, T-shirts.
The likes of Dakota Fanning, Nicole Kidman, Taraji P. Henson and Viola Davis are rocking these fabulous shirts that recently became available on Net-A-Porter. Designs from Chloe, Stella McCartney, Gianni, Off White, Bella Freud, Rosie Assoulin make a statement, whether it's "Girls on Top" or "Do It For Grandma."
Best of all, proceeds go towards Women For Women International, a charity founded in 1993 in response to the cruel acts committed against women in the Bosnian War. Now, they've helped 462,000 females across eight countries.
"I am so excited about this unique collaboration with Net-A-Porter, and the impact it will have for the women we serve in conflict-affected countries," Brita Fernandez Schmidt, Executive Director Women for Women International - UK, said. "Fashion is a powerful form of expression, and each of these six world-renowned designers has made a passionate, personal statement in support of women's empowerment. Together they send a bold message out into the world for International Women's Day, capturing the spirit of solidarity and sisterhood.
"Critically, funds raised will support women living with violence and poverty in some of the most challenging settings imaginable, equipping them with the skills and resources they need to rebuild their lives."
Browse the gallery to see who's wearing what.