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Amanda Wakeley Women for Women SheInspiresMe campaign


In honour of International Women’s Day, we have partnered with Women for Women International to produce an exclusive line of cashmere sweaters in support of the #SheInspiresMe campaign.

Supporting women’s rights across the globe, Women for Women aims to provide female survivors of war and oppression the tools and skills to break free from poverty, allowing them to thrive in their communities. We have produced an exclusive line of #SheInspiresMe cashmere, with 100% of all profits from the cashmere being donated to Women for Women UK.

"I am so thrilled to be part of such a wonderful and inspiring campaign… As a designer, my aim is to empower women through clothes and through style… So, for me, being able to contribute to the advancement of women even in a small part is something that’s quite fundamental to what we do.”

Crafted from Grade A cashmere in a lightweight sixteen gage yarn, these pieces are perfect for Spring layering. Embroidered with Women for Women International logo and #SheInspiresMe on the back neck, these pieces are the perfect way to celebrate International Women’s day or give as a thoughtful gift for Mother’s Day.


Amanda Wakeley - #SheInspiresMe cashmere

"With a company whose staff is predominantly female… at Wakeley, we believe in supporting and championing the development of women in all aspects of life…."




With over twenty brutal armed conflicts across the globe and unprecedented levels of violence against women, there’s never been a greater need to support women survivors of war.

Through Women for Women International’s 12-month program, women learn about their rights, as well as key life, vocational and business skills to access livelihoods and break free from poverty.

Since 1993, Women for Women International has supported 447,000 women in Afghanistan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kosovo, Iraq, Nigeria, Rwanda and South Sudan. They also engage men in their work, to break down prejudices and practices which prevent women from reaching their full potential.






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