Boticca.com Collaborates with Women for Women International to Celebrate International Women's Day 8th March 2013
LONDON, March 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Global fashion accessories marketplace launches exclusive charity items by international jewelry and accessories designers
Boticca.com, London-based international marketplace, launches exclusive items by five international designers, including Nicola Crawford and Alva Norge in the UK, Yoola in Israel, Eina Alhuwalia in India and BijouxBar in Switzerland. The five exclusive items are designed around the sentiment 'Because I'm A Woman' and 100% of profits will be donated to Women for Women International.
Women for Women International works with socially excluded women in countries where war and conflict have devastated lives and communities, helping women to learn job skills and receive business training so they can earn a living. Women become confident, independent and productive, embracing their importance in rebuilding their families, their communities and ultimately their nations.
With customers in 55 countries, designers in 40 countries, Boticca.com is in a unique position to spread awareness of the international charity's work in war torn areas, and to raise money for the charity, contributing to the protection and support of women in the future.
An editorial feature about the Boticca campaign with Women for Women, including stories from women who work with, and whose lives have been improved by, Women for Women International and quotes from the five designers involved can be found on the Boticca.com website.
Headquartered in London, http://www.boticca.com is the global online destination for unique jewelry, bags and fashion accessories, creating a unique experience of international discovery by connecting fashion-forward customers directly with top independent designers and brands from all over the world. The globetrotting style hunting team has handpicked more than 280 emerging designers from over 40 countries. The site now offers a selection of over 7,000 pieces in its marketplace, which is curated and edited to illustrate the culture, stories and inspiration behind each of the collections on the site.