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Celebrate International Women’s Day

March 06, 2014

You’re Invited!

In celebration of International Women’s Day, please join us at any DVF boutique Friday, March 7th – Sunday, March 9th. We’ll be giving 15% of proceeds to the organizations nominated for the People’s Voice Award at the 2014 DVF Awards. You will also receive 15% off your full-price in-store purchase.*

Give back and get back, and enjoy champagne and treats all weekend!

Each year, four extraordinary women are selected as nominees for the People’s Voice Award. These are all women within the United States who are working tirelessly to transform their communities for the better. Previous People’s Voice honorees are Katherine Chon (2010), who was shocked to learn about domestic human trafficking, and founded Polaris Project to abolish it; Taryn Davis (2011), a young military widow who founded the American Widow Project to provide peer support for others in her situation; Layli Miller-Muro (2012), who created the Tahirih Justice Center to protect immigrant women and girls form gender-based violence; and Tammy Tibbets (2013) who founded She’s the First to empower people to raise funds for girls’ education in developing nations.

The DVF People’s Voice Award is chosen by popular vote, so click here to learn about the 2014 nominees, be inspired to make your own change, and vote for a woman who is making a difference!

*Excluding DVF for H. Stern


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