To celebrate International Women’s Day on 8th March, Warehouse launched I Define Me – Women in their Own Words.
Warehouse has teamed up with five unique and diverse influential women who all have empowering stories to tell.
ROSA is the UK fund for women and girls supporting causes to mobilise resources for women’s rights and equality. Warehouse has designed bespoke I Define Me tees which will be available from 1st March. 100% of sales from the I Define Me tees go to ROSA.
Meet the women in the campaign:
Bryony Gordon – @bryonygordon
The campaigner who ran the London Marathon in her underwear, the journalist who interviewed Prince Harry about his mental health experiences; Bryony is dismantling taboos one story at a time.
Esme Young – @miss_esme_young
The designer designers want to be, Esme is admired for her work in film and TV – including Bridget Jones’ legendary bunny costume – and is currently a judge on The Great British Sewing Bee.
Lauren Mahon – @girlvscancer
After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2016, Lauren put her “big mouth” to good use providing a candid look at cancer with GIRLvsCANCER and as one of the voices behind You, Me and the Big C.
Nafisa Bakkar – @amaliah_com
Nafisa is the CEO of Amaliah, a media platform amplifying the voices of Muslim women. Two years since its inception, Amaliah’s thought-provoking content has seen it featured in Forbes as one to watch.
Natalie Lee – @stylemesunday
We all dream of turning our side hustle into a career – Natalie succeeded. Via her blog, Style Me Sunday, she champions body positivity, shares personal struggles and raises a #FridayFinger to negativity.
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