Fash­ion meets fem­i­nism

The Kids Post - - Student Life -

Four friends at Haver­gal Col­lege de­cided they wanted to live in a world where ev­ery woman feels em­pow­ered, val­ued and im­por­tant. So over their sum­mer break the girls — Laura David, Lara Ground, Jor­dan Mur­rell and Alara Kara­han — started She Cloth­ing Co. Their cloth­ing line sports de­signs they’ve cre­ated that re­late to fe­male em­pow­er­ment, and all prof­its will be do­nated to a char­ity that helps girls and women. The T-shirts sell for $25 and sweat­shirts for $35, and they are cur­rently part­nered with Girls E-Men­tor­ship, a pro­gram where girls in grades 10 to 12 are part­nered with a men­tor for nine months. As their tagline says, they are help­ing girls help the world, one T-shirt at a time, and they’re in­spir­ing many along the way.

GIRL POWER Jor­dan Mur­rell is the la­bel’s di­rec­tor of fi­nance and busi­ness

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