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Meet the new participant of the #Fashionforfreedom project – Alla Martinovich!

Meet the new participant of the #Fashionforfreedom project – Alla Martinovich!

"Clothes are what we suffered repression for, so we can continue to carry this revolutionary light in clothes"


Alla admits that she is not a designer at all, she is a practicing psychologist. However, this area is close to her, since in Belarus she had a studio "Stylish Lady", where collections were created.


For Alla clothes are a symbol of protest, something for which Belarusian women were repressed. Clothes help us to carry the revolutionary light and save human dignity. 


The previous collection of Alla's team was called "The woman's face of Belarusian protests". The collection being developed right now is called "I/We 97". It is made in national white and red colors. In the future, Alla also plans to create a collection for children.  


By purchasing clothes from the designers of our project "Fashion for Freedom", you help Belarusians who sacrifice their freedom for freedom.


When you put on red and white clothes, think for a moment about Belarusian women who pay a higher price for their right to choose. To support the initiative, contact your favorite brands and ask them to make a collection in their favorite colors of Belarusians, as well as post your photos in red and white with hashtags:


#FashionForFreedom
#FreeBelarusWomen
#BelarusWomensFoundation
#FashionForHumanRights
#StandWithWomenOfBelarus


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Women political prisoners in Belarus

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Thank you very much for your support!