p class="tfs-pdp-description-intro">We teamed up with colourful and amazing Amercian artist @amanda.mustard to create this exclusive collection, representing self-love, body positivity and diversity in the most summery and happy way!
This mask is the perfect way to stay safe in style and represent feminism all at once. Start some important conversations (at a distance!) and spread the message- a great gift for yourself or your feminist (or not feminist yet) friends!
· Choose your size:S/M or M/L · Pocket for additional filter (filter not included) · Washing machine safe.
BEAT was founded in 1989 and since then have worked to end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders. They offer online and phone support 365 days a year, equip families and friends with skill and advice, campaign to increase knowledge among healthcare and for better funding.
We aim to donate 50% of our profits to our partner associations, but as is the reality for most start ups, we are not quite profitable yet. In the meantime we are committed to donating 10% of gross profit, making sure that every purchase you make has an immediate impact. Very much on topic with the illustration we are delighted to have this collection link to BEAT.
We believe that EVERY BODY is a summer body, that each of us deserves to enjoy the heat, the seaside or the swimming pool not having to be worried about anything else but the sun in our face. We embrace and celebrate diversity and encourage everyone to love themselves as an act of revolution!
Order yours today to start conversations and make a beautiful statement, in style!
At The Feminist Shop, we want to be the brand that gives you a community, that challenges your beliefs and invites you to think further or differently, we want to encourage you to start conversations, to educate others, to understand more and action it, to make the most of your feminism so you have more impact, we want you to feel part of something bigger than yourself but to do it in your unique way. We want to help feminism to change the world. Is that too much to ask for?