Justin Alexander debuts a global marketing campaign in collaboration with non-profit VOW to End Child Marriage and in time for International Women’s Day March 8.

The campaign celebrates the wonderful and diverse achievements of women around the globe while highlighting the fight for equality so that girls worldwide can fulfill their potential.

The campaign features 15 ambassadors -- including film and TV stars, design and style bloggers, e-commerce entrepreneurs as well as a media maven and a prominent body positivity model -- all united by their unique stories of female empowerment and desire to make a difference in the lives of other women and girls.

Through this campaign, Justin Alexander is supporting VOW, an organization that works to end child marriage and ensure that girls can create their own futures. Every year, 12 million girls are married before turning 18 -- many as young as 8 or 9, and find themselves cut short of their education and placed at risk of poverty, ill health and violence. Every donation to VOW funds impactful training, workshops and other vital local resources for women and girls.

The campaign will run through March 15, and will be inclusive of digital and social media placements including those on JustinAlexander.com.

View the campaign here

Justin Alexander, a world leader in designing, manufacturing and distributing bridal fashion including the Justin Alexander, Justin Alexander Signature, Adore by Justin Alexander, Lillian West, Sincerity Bridal, Viktor&Rolf Mariage and Savannah Miller bridal brands.

Its marquee collection, Justin Alexander, embodies timeless style for the classic and refined bride. Justin Alexander is a private, family-owned company with offices in New York City, New Jersey, London, Rotterdam and Hong Kong, and its collections are sold by more than 1,500 authorized retailers worldwide.

VOW is a 501c3 that gives couples, companies and the public the power to help end child marriage. One hundred percent of the funds raised support grassroots efforts working to ensure that girls can create their own futures. In 2019, 150 community organizations in six countries received grants. Ninety percent of the grants were made to young women and women-led organizations.