ELEMIS partner with The Prince’s Trust to #ChangeAGirlsLife

by | Mar 7, 2022

In celebration of International Women’s Day, on the 8th March 2021, ELEMIS will be donating £5 from every sale of the ELEMIS x RIXO collection to The Prince’s Trust to Change A Girl’s Life. Together, the money raised will help young women in the UK to rebuild their confidence to grow and succeed.

ELEMIS, and London-based contemporary, luxury fashion brand, RIXO, have partnered on a year-long global partnership to celebrate and champion beauty.

 

The first collected, unveiled this month, celebrates International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day. It includes a carefully curated selection of products, chosen in partnership with the RIXO founders and housed in a fabric drawstring bag that sports one of the brand’s iconic prints from the archive.

 

The print, inspired by a vintage 1940’s screen-printed wallpaper which the fashion-duo sourced at a vintage market and the bag has a multitude of uses which compliments the vision of ELEMIS to become the most sustainable luxury skincare brand by 2025.

 

“The Prince’s Trust is a charity close to all our hearts at ELEMIS. We are thrilled to be supporting the #ChangeAGirlsLife campaign on International Women’s Day, supporting young women in this country that face challenges every day. We want to be able to support them in growing their careers and building better foundations for the future.”

– Oriele Frank, ELEMIS Co-Founder and Chief Product & Sustainability Officer

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