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THE IWD EDIT

£1 donated to The Prince’s Trust* from every style sold from our International Women’s Day edit

THE PRINCE’S TRUST

The Prince’s Trust believes that every young person should have the chance to succeed, no matter what their background or the challenges they are facing. They help those from disadvantaged communities and those facing the greatest adversity by supporting them to build the confidence and skills to live, learn and earn.

#CHANGEAGIRLSLIFE

This is fashion with a difference. Celebrating our patronage to The Prince’s Trust with our International Women’s Day edit. A curated collection of styles that fit and feel good, look good and do good too. £1 of every style sold from the collection will go to The Prince’s Trust. Let’s #ChangeAGirlsLife this International Women’s Day.

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Model wears bright red cardigan and white tee
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More young women than young men feel a lack of confidence is holding them back from achieving their career goals (40 per cent of young women versus 32 per cent of young men).

The Prince’s Trust, Youth Index 2024

FASHION WITH A DIFFERENCE

We’re super excited about our partnership with The Prince’s Trust and to support their #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign.

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We’re donating £1 of every style sold from our International Women’s Day edit to the #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign to enable The Prince’s Trust to support more young women to overcome challenges they are facing and change their lives for the better.

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THE EDIT THAT GIVES BACK

The Prince’s Trust #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign ensures young women across the UK have the confidence and skills they need to move into work, education or training, or to start their own business.
 

The uncertainty of the past few years is making 45 per cent of young women feel hopeless about their future, compared to 36 per cent of young men.

The Prince’s Trust, Youth Index 2024

SUCCESS STORIES

Meet the young women who are the faces of the #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign.

Demi Ruffell

Demi Ruffell

“For someone like me, coming from nowhere, and especially other girls out there who think they’re not good enough, I want them to know that anything is possible. Don’t give up on your dream.”

Alycia Hirani

Alycia Hirani

“Being a person with a disability, a woman of colour and a business owner, I wear a lot of hats. I want to show others out there what’s possible and that are no limits to what they can achieve”

Loretta Hope

Loretta Hope

“I wouldn’t be where I am today without The Prince’s Trust and the self-belief instilled in me. I’m living my dream, learning and growing continually, feeling resilient and powerful”

Demi Ruffell

Demi Ruffell

“For someone like me, coming from nowhere, and especially other girls out there who think they’re not good enough, I want them to know that anything is possible. Don’t give up on your dream.”

*Simply Be will donate £1 of all sales from this International Women’s Day Edit across 4th March – 29th April to The Prince's Trust to support their #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign.The Prince’s Trust is a registered charity in England and Wales (1079675) and Scotland (SC041198). To find out more visit Change a Girl's Life (princes-trust.org.uk).