Ametrine has released clutches to support women in need

Words by Nikki Escalante

Celebrating the female form.

Perth label Ametrine is celebrating International Women’s Day with a purpose.

To coincide with today’s festivities, designer Emma Nott has released a limited capsule of clutches to support survivors of domestic violence.

The project, titled Unbreakable Fragility, aims to recognise the achievements of all women. And it’s truly an ode to females everywhere. Four embroidered styles make up the range, featuring designs that symbolise the female form.

Each clutch is priced at $99, with 100 per cent of profits going towards Zonta House Refuge Association.

For those who don’t know, Perth-based Zonta House provides supported accommodation for women in need. It houses women escaping from family and domestic violence, dealing with homelessness and other forms of crisis.

Emma’s creation was inspired by a social media post, in which a friend shared her experiences of being in an abusive relationship.

Speaking on the collection, Emma says: “I wanted to create a beautiful piece that captures the essence of being a woman and stand up to show my support to an organisation who works with passion to protect and promote women and their rights and individual strengths.”

She adds: “This collection celebrates the beauty and strength that we find in our fragility and vulnerability. Love and relationships can expose a fragility within us, but also deserve respect and dignity.”

We’re all for female empowerment, and we think there’s no better way to celebrate today than getting behind such an important cause.

Check out Ametrine’s offerings, available for a limited time online.


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