It’s the year of the woman, and Elizabeth Arden have launched a limited edition lipstick with their March On campaign to empower and aid women internationally.

The timeless brand are early advocates of women’s rights, famously providing red lipstick to the Suffragettes marching on Fifth Avenue in 1912. At the time, women wearing red lipstick was thought of as socially unacceptable, and years on red lipstick has become an icon of female power and strength. 100 years later, Elizabeth Arden continues to fight for women globally with the introduction of their March On campaign.

Bought to you by Elizabeth Arden in partnership with Reese Witherspoon, March On is designed to celebrate women’s achievements and encourage the support of women by women. The campaign sees the release of a limited edition lipstick in the brand’s classic Red Door shade, wrapped in stunning red and gold enhanced with Reese’s signature. This gorgeous lipstick is sold globally, with 100% of the proceeds being donated to UN Women.

“There is real strength and camaraderie in March On and the feeling that we are in this together. By bringing UN Women, Elizabeth Arden and women everywhere together we can help change women’s lives around the world for the better,” explains Reese Witherspoon. “I have the unique privilege to not only tell these women’s stories through my production company as well as my relationship with Elizabeth Arden, but I also get to encourage them to share their own stories through March On.”

Buy your lipstick now… #TogetherWeMarchOn