It’s all about giving back.

Net-A-Porter’s International Women’s Day capsule collections are always centred around empowering messages. For 2021, Net-A-Porter will be launching a community-first #PowerToChange campaign in partnership with charity Women for Women International for the fourth time.

100% of profits from a capsule collection of 13 exclusive pieces — ranging beyond custom T-shirts to jewellery and homeware products — will be donated to the aforementioned charity. In addition, for every public post tagged with #PowerToChange, @womenforwomen and @netaporter on TikTok or Instagram between 1 and 8 March 2021, Net-A-Porter will also be donating US$1 (approximately HK$8) to Women for Women International.

“After a year like no other, supporting and celebrating our global community of women has never been more important,” said Alison Loehnis, President of Net-A-Porter and Mr Porter. “We are incredibly honoured to partner with Women for Women International for a fourth year and continue our support of their critical work. At Net-A-Porter, we are proud to reinforce this commitment, while cultivating and inspiring meaningful change.”

The nine women showcased in Net-A-Porter’s #PowerToChange campaign included supermodel Coco Rocha to Hong Kong’s very own feng-shui designer — and Lifestyle Asia Hong Kong’s 27-Questions interviewee — Thierry Chow.

“By investing in women, we create a better world for all of us – a world that’s more equal, peaceful and prosperous,” said Brita Fernandez Schmidt, Vice President for Europe & External Relations, Women for Women International. “This collaboration shows the power of women, for women.”

Shop the exclusive International Women’s Day edit on Net-a-Porter.

(All images courtesy of Net-A-Porter)

Joey Wong
Editor
Constantly in pursuit of a multi-hyphenated career, Joey has written her way through fashion trends, youth culture and luxury retail in New York and Hong Kong. Beyond internet adventures tracking down the perfect vintage find, you can probably catch her sipping on her third oat milk latte of the day in the city’s newest café. She’s currently mourning the loss of TikTok in Hong Kong.