Gender equality may not be a right most fashion brands strive for, but women empowerment and equality is definitely a priority for Italian fashion label United Colors of Benetton. On International Women’s Day, taking place on March 8, the retailer is set to launch its latest campaign which is aimed at promoting gender equality in one of its leading global markets, India.
According to Van de Beek, from Stellingdames, the people in The Netherlands are “gender blind”. “We are still convinced that our country is very tolerant and that everything and everyone is equal. But the numbers tell a very different story. ”
Social Bite in Scotland offers homeless people the opportunity to work. They also donate all of there profits to charity.
Nike has a long history of speaking up for causes that reflect its values. That continues today with the launch of EQUALITY, in which Nike encourages people to take the fairness and respect they see in sport and translate them off the field.
The Japanese clothing brand, Uniqlo, just launched UMood in their Sydney-located Pitt Street store, which uses neuroscience to help customers pick a t-shirt to match how they are feeling.
Photographer Andy Lo Po and English art director Gem Fletcher recently released the Experiments series, which explores the concept of identity. For many photographers, makeup is a useful way to transform models into different characters. This series goes beyond makeup in order to convey the idea of a second skin in a striking new way.
Amelia Hall has suffered from depression for several years. She decided to recreate a Van Gogh painting on her leg instead of resort to self-harming.
Abortion has always been a tricky subject in America, but the new anti-abortion rule also influences the lives of women in other parts of the world.
President Trump of the United States, wants his female employees to dress like women. Women all over the world responded by making a picture of them wearing female versions of work uniforms.