International Women’s Day is about celebrating the social, economic, and political achievements of women. This year we’re highlighting the work of Stephanie Yeboah, an award-winning writer and body-positive activist who has done so much to change female body perception at a global and local level.
Stephanie wears the Oh Yeah in Black – a Fluff made in partnership with HERproject, a collaborative initiative that educates and empowers women in our supply chain. Since 2016, we’ve trained over 33,000 women with the goal of 100,000 by 2027.
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This International Women’s Day, we’re showing our support to two charities. On March 8, we will donate £50,000 to HERproject. We’re also donating £15,000 to Women for Women International – a charity that helps women survivors of war and conflict to rebuild their lives.
UK Charity Registration Number: 111510.
Londoner Stephanie is a journalist, body-positive activist and author of Fattily Ever After: A Black Fat Girl's Guide to Living Life Unapologetically. In her pursuit to change the way women see their bodies, in particular young women, Stephanie has spoken at Women of the World Festivals, about sexuality and diversity at Oxford University and submitted evidence on body image for the Youth Select Committee at Houses of Parliament.