Equality Now is proud to have the support of so many brands across the world. This International Women’s Day (IWD) whether you’re looking for a way to wear your feminism on your sleeve, a new print to decorate your space, or the perfect surprise gift for the feminists in your life, you’ll find it all in our Feminist Gift Guide.
Tatty Devine x Equality Now
Tatty Devine is the go-to brand for original, fun, acrylic statement jewelry, and was founded in the heart of East London in 1999 by Harriet Vine MBE and Rosie Wolfenden MBE after graduating from Chelsea School of Art. All jewelry is still designed and handmade in house by a female-led team.
Tatty Devine has launched a new range of acrylic jewelry in support of Equality Now, to raise funds and awareness on the critical challenges facing women and girls around the world today.
Launched in time for International Women’s Day 2022, this striking collection of brooches, necklaces, earrings, and rings will be available internationally, with £3.75/$5 per piece of jewelry sold and all T-shirt profits donated to support Equality Now’s essential global work to end sexual violence, guarantee equal legal rights and inspire gender equality globally.
Unmistakably chic sustainable footwear that celebrates empowered women, versatile design, and our planet’s life force…Our oceans.
Avre Life is donating 20% of sales for the entire month of March.
Bluebella is an award-winning lingerie and nightwear brand.
Bluebella will donate £5 from every order made on March 8 to support Equality Now.
Brooklyn Candle Studio
Brooklyn Candle Studio makes candles using sustainable soy wax and phthalate-free perfume oils infused with essential oils and is a proud feminist partner of Equality Now.
Equality Now is among the organizations that will receive 10% of all proceeds from the Brooklyn Candle Studio x Alison Kunuth collaboration.
Casely is a tech-accessory retailer based in Brooklyn, NY that consistently releases new products to bring customers unique, trendsetting cases while supporting charitable organizations with a portion of profits from each sale. The Casely x Frida Kahlo collection celebrates an inspirational icon who never shied away from expressing her femininity.
Casely will donate 5% of net profits sitewide to Equality Now throughout the month of March.
Equality Now’s Teemill Shop
Our Teemill Store carries an amazing selection of t-shirts, sweatshirts, tote bags, and prints that reflect our core values. Their products are made in a renewable energy factory and they are audited for a wide range of social and sustainability criteria.
A portion of each purchase directly funds our work.
Facetheory creates natural and cruelty-free vegan skincare for beauty with reason.
This special 24-hour campaign will see £1 from every Facetheory order worldwide on March 8 donated to Equality Now.
Share your love for financial feminism and Timothée Chalamet’s devastating cheekbones with this Her First $100K limited edition tee.
A portion of all sales from the Equal Pay & Chalamet line go to Equality Now.
CASETiFY is the global lifestyle brand and home to the first and largest platform for customized tech accessories. Created with the highest-quality materials and most cutting-edge designs, CASETiFY’s products turn your personal electronics into stylishly slim, drop-proof accessories. Known for tapping top artists and creatives for its Co-Lab program, CASETiFY gives brands and individuals the opportunity to share their unique visions with the world.
Says Evelyn Lee, CASTIFY Art Director, “The right to express yourself through creativity is not spread equally among our communities, and we want to do our part as a global brand to make a safe space for self-expression…Partnering with Equality Now for the second year in a row allows us to be a part of that systemic change, and advocate for inclusivity and equality at every level.”
Throughout March, CASETiFY will donate 10% of every purchase from its Her Impact Matters collection to Equality Now.
Inspired Pins and Necklaces are made with recycled brass that is eco-friendly and sustainable. Wear it, share it, adore it and inspire change, one word at a time, because justice matters.
Your Inspired Pins purchase will see a percentage of proceeds donated to Equality Now.
Based in Geneva, Janolo is an ethical, artistic, and engaged artwork company that straddles the line between activism and art. Janolo’s first collection of prints is inspired by women’s rights and women empowerment.
10% of sales from Janolo’s art prints and streetwear benefit Equality Now all year round.
Katie Leamon is a design-led card and stationery brand creating sustainably sourced and made paper products, and rooted in the desire to create beautiful, practical design with tangible craftsmanship.
Katie Leamon is proud to support Equality Now this year by donating 100% of sales from our curious zebra notebook design.
La Femme Co.
La-Femme Co is the perfect place for fashionistas to find that missing pop to their outfit.
10% of all purchases for the month of March will be donated to Equality Now.
As one of the pioneers of mobile printing, LALALAB. is on a mission to bring to the world a unique app experience that offers users a novel way to preserve their memories. Available in over 50 countries and in five languages, the LALALAB app allows you to quickly and easily create prints from the photos on your smartphone.
On the 8th of each month, LALALAB. is committing to donating 50% of its Mini Book profits to Equality Now.
LILARIA specializes in elevated everyday convertible handbags to help you take a load off — because you carry enough already.
In honor of International Women’s Day, LILARIA will be donating at least 10% of all proceeds to Equality Now from March 8-March 13.
Over 40 years ago, No nonsense became a staple for women breaking barriers in the office and in the boardroom. Today, the brand continues to look forward, taking an inclusive, body-positive No nonsense approach to fashion and sustainability.
We are tremendously grateful to No nonsense for their support of our Feminist Culture Club by generously contributing 1% of their website proceeds to Equality Now.
At PEDRO, we believe in creating a better world by empowering individuality through the art of fashion. By relating, refining, and reinventing, we create updated essentials that blend seamlessly into different wardrobes of style. With that, we look to enable individuals to celebrate and express their unique identities as well.
Equality Now is excited to welcome Pedro to our family of partners and we look forward to sharing details of our upcoming collaboration very soon!
Rotaro is a leading cult label fashion rental platform in the UK working towards a more circular fashion future.
Rotaro will be donating 10% of profits to Equality Now from 6-12 March.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, Ruby Olive is dedicating a whole month to supporting women and girls with their new Ruby Olive’s new RO x Brook Gossen ‘Equality’ collection. Included in the collection are 1000pc puzzles made from recycled cardboard, shopper bags made from recycled water bottles, plus practical and gorgeous ID zingers.
Ruby Olive will donate $10 for every puzzle and $5 for every bag and ID zinger to Equality Now until sold out.
Seventh & Oak
Seventh & Oak is a home fragrance goods company redefining the way you think about self care and sustainability. They handcraft non-toxic wood wick candles with ethically sourced materials in a reusable glass jar. They celebrate every girl and woman, every day — the leaders, the protectors, the providers, and the change makers.
Seventh and Oak will donate 8% of profits from candle sales on March 8th, 2022 to Equality Now.
Vogue Eyewear’s unique details and ariety of colors and frames turn everyday glasses into a hot fashion accessory.
The women-led team at Vogue Eyewear is proud to support Equality Now through a generous contribution to our work.
Social Goods x Equality Now
Social Goods, Prinkshop, and Equality Now are collaborating on a new Vive É’galité Collection to mark International Women’s Day.
Social Goods sells statement-making merchandise that gives back to nonprofits and raises awareness of today’s most pressing issues. Prinkshop is a social enterprise that creates impactful products and visual stories using creative wordplay and eye-catching designs
“We founded Social Goods with the mission of supporting nonprofits helping create a more just and equal world. That’s why this Women’s History Month, we couldn’t be more excited to be partnering with Equality Now, an organization committed to equality, anti-discrimination, and inclusion for women and girls around the world. Our new Vive É’galité Collection, created in partnership with Prinkshop, embodies Equality Now’s principles and furthers their mission with a donation made for every item sold.”