In addition to being a designer, actress, singer, street style goddess, and all-around bad gal, Rihanna is quite the philanthropist. The Barbadian founded the nonprofit organization in 2012, and she was just named Humanitarian of The Year by the Harvard Foundation. Dior will donate a percentage of proceeds from the sale of its "We Should All Be Feminists" T-shirts to the foundation, per a release. The tops will be available in Dior boutiques worldwide and online until May 15th this year, including a limited edition black version that will be sold exclusively on Saks.com from March 14th to March 28th.
We've reached out to Dior to find out what portion of proceeds will be donated, and why the brand decided to move forward with this charitable initiative now as opposed to doing so shortly after the shirts were revealed on the runway in September. Maybe now you can reconcile its steep price with the fact that part of your splurge will be going toward a good cause. But, no, you cannot now simply write off your next Dior piece on your taxes next year. (Sorry.)