Fashion meets feminism at company started by four Toronto high school students

Jordan Murrell is the label’s director of finance and business


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Four friends at Havergal College decided they wanted to live in a world where every woman feels empowered, valued and important. So over their summer break the girls — Laura David, Lara Ground, Jordan Murrell and Alara Karahan — started She Clothing Co.

Their clothing line sports designs they’ve created that relate to female empowerment, and all profits will be donated to a charity that helps girls and women. The t-shirts sell for $25 and sweatshirts for $35, and they are currently partnered with Girls E-Mentorship, a program where girls in Grades 10 to 12 are partnered with a mentor for nine months.

As their tagline says, they are helping girls help the world, one t-shirt at a time, and they’re inspiring many along the way.

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