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& Other Stories unveils a limited-edition collection of posters for International Women’s Day

02nd Mar 2020

& Other Stories has invited photographers they admire to turn the lens on themselves for International Women’s Day 

If you’re looking for some inspiration for your gallery wall, look no further than & Other Stories.

To celebrate International Women’s Day, the fashion brand has collaborated with nine of their favourite international photographers — Gia Coppola, Wang Ziqian, Amanda Charchian, Grace Bukunmi, Wai Lin Tse, Laura Kampman and Ewa-Marie Rundquist and duo Lottermann & Fuentes — and asked them to turn the lens on themselves.

These self-portraits will be made into eight limited-edition posters, sold in-stores and online, with all proceeds from the sales going to CARE, a poverty-fighting organisation with a specific women/girls focus.

Customers will be invited to use the hashtag #herimageherstory on Instagram and €1 will be donated to CARE for every tagged selfie.

Laura Kampman, self-portrait


Pictured is the self-portrait by Laura Kampman, whose work has appeared in Marie Claire Italia, Vogue Man and Rollacoaster.

Find out more about the making of her portrait in the video below.

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