After the success of her T-shirt La Femme last year, - of which all the benefits, more than 150 000 €, were donated to UN Women, the association created in 2010 working for the protection of women's rights and the establishment of education and awareness projects for the political and economic autonomy of women -, Sézane celebrates its 5th anniversary with the launch of "Tomorrow". Every 21st of the month, a new coin will be proposed, the full proceeds of which will be donated to Tomorrow. In addition, 10% of today's sales will also be donated to projects supported by Tomorrow. Through this charitable initiative, the French label founded by Morgane Sézalory hopes to raise more than 1 million euros in 2018 to support concrete actions in favor of access to education, culture and the fight for life. 'equal opportunities.


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On the occasion of the opening of his new pop-up on Regent Street in London, Maje collaborates with British poet Greta Bellamacina on a selection of limited edition holiday gifts with handwritten poems, which will be available exclusively at the store. Londoner. All proceeds from the sale of these items will go to Women for Women International, the organization that helps marginalized women in countries affected by war and conflict.

H & M

H & M's Conscious collection offers sustainable fashion through the creation of recycled fabric garments. 26% of the clothes produced by the giant H & M are now made from sustainable materials, with an objective each year to increase this number.

H & M Conscious

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For its Made in Kenya collections, the ASOS design team is partnering with the SOKO Kenya initiative, a charitable organization whose goal is to produce ethical fashion while addressing social issues such as unemployment, prostitution and AIDS. The SS17 collection also saw drawings from a local elementary school printed on kimonos and t-shirts.


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The American brand Coach , known for its bags and accessories, has a partnership with the charity Step Up, which fights for the right of teenage girls to education in disadvantaged communities. The Coach Foundation hopes to put thousands of teenage girls in touch with powerful women to coach them.

Kate Spade New York

The Kate Spade New York label took a different approach to "donation by product" with its "On Purpose" initiative. Indeed, it has fully integrated ethical suppliers into its production chain. The Rwandan supplier, ADC, is owned by its own employees and provides full-time work to more than 150 people with competitive salaries and benefits such as paid time off and health care. In addition, 99% of these employees are women aged 18 to 60 years.


TOMS is well known for its One For One initiative: for every pair of shoes you buy, the American label offers one to children in need. But what you may not know is that the brand also helps restore the sight of those with impaired vision, and provides clean drinking water and safe delivery in more than 70 countries. worldwide.


The exclusive "Yoox x We Are Handsome" collaboration, featuring a swimsuit collection, is a charitable project to support the preservation and restoration of the Australian Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The project comes to life on Yooxygen, the socially and ecologically responsible platform of the e-commerce site.


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Matt & Nat

Matt & Nat brand of vegan bags collaborates with many charities through his "Hope" bag. The idea? For every bag you buy, 100% of the proceeds go to a charity you choose from a list on the product page.

Astley Clarke

Jewelery label Astley Clarke has teamed up with British model and feminist activist Adwoa Aboah to design a necklace designed for Adwoa Aboah's "Gurls Talk" organization. The goal of this platform is to provide young women with a safe space where they can share their experiences and problems freely. The entire sale price of the necklace adorned with the pendant with red lips is donated to the association Gurls Talk.

Gurls Talk

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