Shoes designers support Planned Parenthood

Even months after the Women’s March in Washington, fashion is still showing its support for Planned Parenthood. This week, footwear designer Chloe Gosselin has brought together her contemporaries for “Stand Tall for Planned Parenthood”, a charitable collaborative footwear collection that will raise money for Planned Parenthood.


An illustration by Isa Tapia - Stand Tall for Planned Parenthood

The collection will include products from fifteen different footwear designers, including Rupert Sanderson, Brother Vellies’ Aurora James, Nicholas Kirkwood, Katy Perry, Aquazurra’s Edgardio Osorio, Tamara Mellon, and Brian Atwood, as well as project coordinator Chloe Gosselin. 

Each of the participating designers has donated a style of shoe, ranging from James' furry mule to Mellon's signature Frontline sandal, with all proceeds going towards Planned  Parenthood. Prices will range from $120 for one of Katy Perry’s cheeky flats and top out at $600.  The project is run with help by the CFDA.

Fashion has stood behind Planned Parenthood, looking to limited-edition products and pins to help make a statement during this charged political climate. The CFDA handed out pink “I Stand with Planned Parenthood” buttons at NYFW, which quickly made their way onto the lapel of models, designers, hairstylists, and attendees. Prabal Gurung, Dior, and The Reformation have also launched shirts with feminist statements, both serious and cheeky, with a portion of the proceeds supporting Planned Parenthood.

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