her[work] is a part of our initiative her[self]. her[work] focuses on the magic that happens when women find their path in a professional sense. Fuelled by purpose, passion and prosperity. Through her[work] Bik Bok will share some truly inspirational stories on finding success through [work]
On the 6th of March 2020 we launched our first ever her[work] collab. Three, different female artists have contributed their own work to print on a part of our collection. A super soft, oversized hoodie turned artwork. No wonder this project became special to us. Artist Thea Elise Klingvall and photographers Hinda Fahre and Amanda Gylling contribute to female creativeness in their own special way and we could not be prouder to share their [work] with you.
The her[work] collection is launching in connection with the International Women’s Day and will be available in selected stores and at bikbok.com. It will be accompanied by a series of short films where Thea, Hinda and Amanda share their own definition of success and how it starts with her[self]
BIK BOK + PLAN
her[work] will also support ‘Girls Right to Education’ – Bik Bok’s initiative funding a project partnership with PLAN. Bik Bok will donate the profit of the collection to help finance education for young girls in Bangladesh.
Through education, human dignity is restored, while girls' potential to influence the world is released. By connecting her[work] and ‘Girls Right to Education’ Bik Bok aspire to create true girl power – her[work] supporting her[future].
Read more about the project here.