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International Women's Day: 50 fashion buys that will make a difference

Today is International Women's Day, a call to #PressforProgress, encouraging society and individuals to be gender inclusive.

Off the back of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, the time to stand up for women's rights has never been more pertinent.

With that in mind, we've compiled an edit of 50 fabulous buys created by women, for women.

Happy shopping.... 

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French jewellery designer Anissa Kermiche draws inspiration from the female form. 

Précieux Pubis pendant, £323, Anissa Kermiche

This photo was taken at the 2017 Women's March in New York by Italian artist Micol Sabbadini. 

Zadig & Voltaire are donating all of the profits from this capsule collection to Every Mother Counts, a non-profit organization dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother across the globe.

T-shirt, £75, Zadig & Voltaire

Stella & Dot makes it their duty to support female entrepreneurs. 

Black diamond initial necklace, £295, Stella & Dot

This T-shirt is part of Net-a-porter's collaboration with Women for Women International, the proceeds from which will benefit women traumatised by conflict. 

Chloé International Women's Day T-shirt, £375 Net-a-porter

Pippa Small's seasonal collection helps provide craftsmen and women with regular work and access to the global market. 

Lapsis earrings, £140, Pippa Small 

Sana Jardin champion the economic empowerment of women, starting with the female flower harvesters, who hand pick floral ingredients for the perfumes in Morocco. 

Tiger By Her Side eau de parfum, £180, Sana Jardin

British designer Olivia Von Halle has created three limited edition pyjama sets featuring provocative slogans for International Women's Day. 100% of the profits will go to Bloody Good Period, who provide menstrual supplies for asylum seekers and refugees. 

Coco magenta pyjamas, £495, Olivia Von Halle

A portion of the profits from this tee will be donated to the Malala Fund, which fights to secure girls twelve years of ''free, safe and quality education.''

Women's rights T-shirt, £21.55, Feminist Apparel 

A sweet 'girl' charm to add to your locket. 

Girl charm, £110, Loquet

100% of the sales proceeds of this T-shirt will go to Christian health development organization, International Childcare. 

Rebelle With A Cause T-shirt, £43, Rebelle

Le Monde's collaboration with Mola Sasa features two pairs of shoes, each made by fabric cut and hand sewn by the Kuna women of Colombia. 

Le Monde Beryl x Mola Sasa backless slippers, £305,  Matchesfashion.com 

This logo tee is understated but effective. 

She T-shirt, £106.98, Paco Rabanne

Knitwear brand Gudrun & Gudrun run a female empowerment scheme in Jordan, Peru, which enable female knitters to earn money for themselves rather than relying on their husbands. 

Chunky knit, £240, Gudrun & Gudrun 

So Just Shop is a collective store that supports small, women-led businesses all over the world.

Bangle, £20, So Just Shop

Celebrate International Women's Day with this striped offering from Gant.

Girls t-shirt, £45, Gant

FashionABLE's mission is to provide jobs for women living in poverty.

Leather bag, £107, FashionABLE

10% of the profits of each T-Shirt sale will be donated to Habitat for Humanity.

The Hannah, £20.01, égaliTEE 

Catherine Zoraida works with Fairtrade Foundation Charity,  an organisation that fervently supports woman’s rights. 

Fair trade love heart hoops, £200, Catherine Zoraida

Feminist Apparel believe in spreading the word of feminism via the means of dialogue, community and activism, collaborating with artists to create quirky T-shirts. 

Empowered women T-shirt, £24.60, Feminist Apparel