Olivia Wilde and designer Yoana Baraschi are helping raise funds for all-girls school New Light India in Calcutta.
Olivia Wilde has teamed up with Anthropologie's Yoana Baraschi.
The 29-year-old actress and her Conscious Commerce partner Barbara Burchfield have collaborated with the designer to help raise funds for New Light India all-girls school in Calcutta.
The pair picked one of Baraschi's bestseller dresses, the $298 lace tea gown, at Anthropologie and squared off the cap sleeves, as well as tinting it in black, pink and turquoise colours.
Speaking at the launch, Olivia said: ''We're so excited because from this point on we'll be coming to Anthropologie and combine this dress collaboration, with proceeds going to this wonderful girls' school in Calcutta that provides an alternative for young women who would otherwise be entering into the commercial sex trade. So we're so proud to be working with Yoana, Anthropologie and New Light.''
Speaking to People magazine, Baraschi added: ''Our common interests in supporting women in their pursuit to build their own businesses and create products that have a positive purpose. From there we decided to come together and create this special dress.''
Olivia has long been a supporter of ethical fashion choices, setting up her shopping website Conscious Commerce to highlight products that are created responsibly.
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