Inspired by the all-black fashion worn on the Golden Globes red carpet (and beyond), designed to draw attention to the Time's Up movement against sexual harassment and assault in the workplace? Us too. So we've rounded up the best girl-power styles to rock in support of women's social, cultural and political rights — as well as pieces that support the women who make them
You can now shop the TIME’S UP movement merch as seen on celebrities such as Natalie Portman, Jessica Chastain, Meryl Streep, Reese Witherspoon and many, many more at the 2018 Golden Globes and show your support of banishing sexual abuse and harassment and fostering equality. All proceeds go to the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund.
Buy It! TIME’S UP Logo Pin, $12; timesupnow.com
Lingua Franca for TIME'S UP
Connie Britton showed her support for the TIME’S UP movement at the 2018 Golden Globes by rocking a sweater embroidered with the slogan “Poverty is Sexist” on it from brand Lingua Franca. Though her exact sweater is already sold out, Lingua Franca has teamed up the with TIME’S UP organization to create an embroidered sweater of which $100 from each purchase is donated to the TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund to help women and men who have experienced sexual harassment, assault or abuse in the workplace.
Buy It! LF for TIME’S UP Sweater, $380; linguafranca.nyc
Celebrities including Emma Roberts, Sophia Bush, Olivia Wilde and more have been seen rocking this RESIST necklace by Eriness Jewelry of which 20 percent of sales are donated to Planned Parenthood.
Buy It! Resist x Eriness Necklace, $130; eriness.com
Feminist Fight Club: A Survival Manual for a Sexist Workplace by Jessica Bennet
Buy It! Feminist Fight Club Book, $10.87; amazon.com
MY SISTER works to fight sex trafficking through ethically sourced materials, creating everything from slogan t-shirts to jewelry and accessories in hopes to empower survivors and prevent future exploitation. They’ve also created a #ChoirUp collection of tees, sweatshirts and totes featuring quotes from actress and celebrity advocate, Amber Tamblyn.
Buy It! We Are A Choir Tank, $38; mysister.org
Mercado Global trains women in indigenous communities with leadership skills to help increase their income by connecting them with international markets around the world, thus helping them become successful business owners.
Buy It! Rosa Tote, $98; mercadoglobal.org
Inspired by the fact that most underwear brands are run by men, founders Melissa and Lauren decided to create a line themselves with quality, style and comfort as their main focus. And boy, are we glad they’re here!
Buy It! Sieve Brief, $35; negativeunderwear.com
Buy It! Feminist Heart Patch Tee, $52.80; shopbop.com
31 Bits was founded by five women who were passioniate about providing women in underprivileged communities with work, as well as access to counseling, education and and health care. And that is exactly what they did – all of their jewelry is handmade and beautifully crafted by artisans in Uganda and Indonesia.
Buy It! Moon Necklace, $39.50; 31bits.com
Raven + Lily
Created to alleviate poverty among women in economically-challenged countries like Pakistan, India, Ethiopia, Cambodia, Kenya, and Peru, Raven + Lily helps to employ over 1,500 marginalized women at fair trade wages to give them access to a safe job, sustainable income, health care, education, and an opportunity to break the cycle of poverty for themselves and their families.
Buy It! Simbi Midi Dress, $78.95 (orig. $152); ravenandlily.com
Sseko Designs helps to create employment and scholarship opportunities for women in Uganda to help them get out of poverty and achieve education.
Buy It! Large Moon Clutch, $39.99; ssekodesigns.com
Supporting women and veterans through their #BEONE Giveback program, founders Ashley and Paige Dellavalle (both Army veterans) designed a gorgeous line of modern jewelry with women warriors in mind. For each of these bracelets sold, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation and The Headstrong Project.
Buy It! Stella Valle “I Am A Woman Warrior” bracelet, $39; stellavalle.com
Buy It! Feminist Tee, $42.50 (orig. $85); shopbop.com
Melissa del Bono, founder of meli melo, has collaborated with art collector Federica Fanari to design “The Art Bag.” Inspired by female artists Olivia Steele and Rebecca Ward, “it represents a strong powerful woman, women working together, creating and celebrating our voice”.
Buy It! “The Art Bag”, $665; available for pre-order at melimelo.com
Gwendoln Floyd, Catherine Mahugu and Ella Peinovich are the founding women behind ethical luxury jewelry brand Soko, and are helping to work with artisan entrepreneurs to flourish and sustainably increase their income. The results? Beautifully crafted and handmade jewelry that’s a highlight of the ethical fashion industry.
Buy It! “Dash Hoops”, $58; shopsoko.com
Stylist-turned-designer Andrea Lieberman, who launched this line in 2009, created this tee from which 100 percent of the proceeds will go to Planned Parenthood.
Buy It! “The Woman” tee, $98; alcltd.com
Stella & Bow
Nasty women unite! Thanks to Stella & Bow, you can show your support with their NASTY bracelet where 100% if proceeds go directly to Planned Parenthood.
Buy It! NASTY bracelet, $38; stellaandbow.com
FEED has created a bag in honor of International Women’s Day (and everyday) which also provides 10 school meals to children around the world when purchased.
Buy It! FEED tote bag, $25; feedprojects.com
Buy It! Key chain, $15; urbanoutfitters.com
The Female Collective started out as an Instagram account created by Candice Reel, who hoped women would be able to build each other up rather than knock each other down. Now, The Female Collective is bringing that message to your T-shirt drawer.
Buy It! “Golden Gang” T-shirt, $30; femalecollective.org