Harper’s Bazaar: Women for Women t-shirt campaign
Monthly glossy magazine Harper’s Bazaar has teamed up with seminal London fashion boutique Browns for its third annual t-shirt project. Bazaar’s ‘Women for Women’ T-shirt campaign – which first launched in 2010 with English fashion designers and was then followed by top Italian designers in 2011 – raises money and awareness for Women for Women International, a charity helping women whose lives have been ravaged by war.
This year’s campaign has brought together top French fashion designers: Chloé, Isabel Marant, Vanessa Bruno, Sonia Rykiel, Agnes B and Rue du Mail, – who have all designed an exclusive t-shirt.
Harper’s Bazaar Editor Lucy Yeomans says: “We are delighted to be able to support Women for Women International through our t-shirt project – this will be our third year. It is wonderful that once again Joan Burstein and Browns have been able to partner with us to create these beautiful t-shirts that I am sure will be a sell out. Thank you to our brilliant French designers who have all contributed time and energy into making this year’s project the biggest yet.”
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Women for Women t-shirts are £40 each. They can be purchased here at Browns.