Artists from around the world celebrate International Women’s Day

In honour of the female trailblazers of the past, present, and future, we're rounding up our favourite art pieces that pay homage to women...
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Saudi artist Shahad Nazer celebrates International Women’s Day by collaborating with Adidas in the region. “The future of sport is women.”

Lebanese illustrator Nour Flayhan partnered up with House of Aama and Shopbop and exclusively created a stunning art piece that will be revealed on tote bags.

Sephora Middle East tapped Saudi artist Ethar Balkhair to create a “Sephora Favourites” box as a limited-edition collectible this International Women’s Day. 

For International Women’s Day, Dina used her platform to showcase several women leading in their respective industries. 

Mexican artist Ana Leovy teamed up with Mango to launch of a capsule collection with all profits donated to the Vicente Ferrer Foundation (VFF) in order to promote gender-equality projects in southern India.

Suzi Fadel Nassif‘s empowering female aesthetic is continually translated through her artworks and one of her earlier pieces, “Destiny of the Butterfly” is a “reminder that anyone can transform themselves into the best version of themselves”. 

Artist Melissa Koby is widely recognised for her female-led, non-discriminating and hopeful designs, and for Women’s Day, she partnered up with House of Aama and Shopbop. 

Portugal-based artist Maria Melancolia created a colourful collage to celebrate strong women across the globe. 

Google Doodle celebrates International Women’s Day by taking us on a journey through a series of firsts in women’s history, such as those who have paved the way in education, civil rights, science, art and more. 

Happy Women’s Day to all the fierce females around the world!

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