Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Stella McCartney is campaigning with a rather impressive crew.

On our minds is the fourth consecutive International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, taking place on 25 November. The day has been snapped up by luxury fashion giant Kering who is spreading the word through nine core brands under their umbrella. The driving force – no surprises here – is Stella McCartney, who has created a limited edition brooch to highlight the cause, which is sold in 41 countries and 800 boutiques between the brands. She also got some serious celeb endorsement from Cara Delevingne, Harry Styles and dad Sir Paul though Instagram campaign #BeHerVoice. Follow the conversation here.

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