NET-A-PORTER reveals International Women’s Day collection in collaboration with Stella McCartney, Isabel Marant, Alexa Chung and more

NET-A-PORTER has revealed its collection in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8 with 20 exclusive T-shirt designs. The collection launches on Friday.

The new collection is in conjunction with the luxury ecommerce’s 20th anniversary and therefore has asked “20 iconic brands and female designers to submit designs.”

Designers and labels taking part in the collection include Stella McCartney, Gabriela Hearst, Alexa Chung, Isabel Marant, Amina Muaddi, Carine Roitfeld, Jimmy Choo, Rotate, Bernadette, Rosie Assoulin, Staud, The Attico, The Range, The Frankie Shop, Ganni, Nanushka, Charlotte Tilbury, Cecilie Bahnsen, and Roxanne Assoulin, alongside a Net-A-Porter x Ninety Percent collaboration.

NET-A-PORTER and Isabel Marant T-shirt

Each T-shirt reflects the “designer’s personal interpretation of women’s empowerment and strength,” while the design of the Ninety Percent collab calls out all “Incredible Women”.

The collection includes Attico’s Let Your Hair Down T-shirt inspiring women “to feel confident and comfortable in their own skin.” As well as Stella McCartney’s T-shirt featuring an illustration from her AW19 campaign “where women come together in mutual support and love of the earth.”

NET-A-PORTER and Stella McCartney T-shirt

This is the third year, the luxury marketplace will be in partnership with Women for Women International. Net-a-Porter has said 100% of the proceeds from all the products will be donated to the charity which helps women living in war-torn countries to rebuild their lives.

Women for Women International helps support women living in some of the world’s most dangerous places through enrolling them on a year-long training program where they learn about their rights, health, vocational skills and form a support network of women with similar experiences. It has helped over half a million women since 2003.

In 2018 and 2019, NET-A-PORTER raised enough to support over 300 women through the charity’s training program.