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Continuing the admiration for women into our outfits! 

International Women’s Day was such a huge success this year, with thousands of women all around the globe feeling inspired and spreading the love. Fashion has always had the power to make women feel and act better. Now, Net-a-Porter is giving fashion the power to make a woman’s life better too.  Find out Net-a-Porter’s top picks of women clothing, including exclusive t-shirts with 100% of the profits going to Women for Women International.

Women for Women International is a charity which supports women living in war zones across the globe. So join Cara Delevingne, Nicole Kidman, Kate Hudson, Dakota Fanning, and many more in showing your support for the sisterhood, and raising funds for women in need. There’s no reason why you can’t do good and look fabulous at the same time!

Net-a-Porter is always promoting incredible women and incredible fashion, so these items are a great way to celebrate. Net-a-Porter is A leading luxury fashion destination, the company offers a multi-channel system of both digital and print platforms to deliver fashion insight and exclusive collections.

These statement, designer t-shirts are Exquisite’s fashion top picks of the week – because they remind us that it is great to recognise all of the women in our lives, whether that be our mum, our daughters or our friends. If you fancy showing your support, purchase one of the items below and show it off!



International Women's Day printed cotton jersey T-shirt


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International Women's Day embroidered cotton jersey T-shirt

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International Women's Day Love For You printed cotton jersey T-shirt

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International Women's Day printed cotton jersey T-shirt

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The Rise of The Empire Net-A-Porter Natalie Massenet

We have one of the last interviews carried out prior to the resignation of Natalie Massenet in 2015 who was the former Chairman and founder of Net-A-Porter. Do you remember when you thought that actually, e-commerce is the future? It was 1999 and e-commerce was the present, actually. Amazon was taking off and everybody was talking about shopping online but it was not a time for fashion to be online. Did you imagine at the time that you would become so big and successful? Well, at the beginning it was all about just doing it. There was very little thought to global domination, really, it was more about let’s do something right, lets do something that appeals to….it appealed to me, I thought theres gotta be a few other people out there who will like this, in fact our first year we turned over £250,000, we were looking to be profitable very quickly. Why did you succeed when other failed? We were insiders in the fashion space….with the connections, with the ability to call Tamara Mellon, Jimmy Choo and Anya Hindmarach and say “You’ll be able to click on the page and buy it”, and they were like “Hey, sounds great, Natalie!” We came at it from the consumer point of view rather than from the spreadsheet. What kind of leader are you? Well, I’m a reluctant leader, I am very comfortable in the background, ironically, as it turns out when you start a business you have to be adaptable and talk about it a lot in front of shareholders, brands, team, as the team gets bigger you need to stand on a chair then you need a microphone, then you’re broadcasting so I get pushed forward a lot but I’m super happy in the background. How did you make Porter magazine different and meaningful? The entire magazine is shoppable, so anything that says to you “I love that, I want to be part of it”, whether it’s reading a book, whether it’s a pair of Aqua Zara lace-up sandals or a Valentino gown for an event that you may be dreaming to go to, you can have it. Which competitors do you most worry about? I know it’s cliched to say it, but we see ourselves as our biggest competition. I think that the day we say “Oh, yeah, we’ve done that, then we’re good….let’s take a vacation” is the day we’re gonna fall off a cliff. Where do you see the company in three, four years? Well, we’re going to be the same but bigger, we’ve only just began, our penetration and our addressable market is still negligible, we’ve got cities that we aren’t even talking to, so I think, just keeping our heads down, focusing on the consumer, focusing on our brand partnerships and doing everything that we’re doing but doing it better, we’ll be bigger, certainly, and we’ll be thriving and innovating.

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