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Pomellato Honors International Women’s Day

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To honor International Women’s Day, Pomellato is proud to unveil its new awareness campaign advocating for freedom with its 6th annual Pomellato for Women video. 

Featuring an impressive cast of glass-ceiling breakers and notable names, Pomellato for Women Ambassador Jane Fonda is joined by the powerful voices of American actress Joey King, Italian volleyball champion and activist Paola Egonu, and Iranian rock climber Nasim Eshqi for a discussion with Pomellato CEO Sabina Belli about how freedom is under threat in today’s world, how women are disproportionally implicated in the fight for freedoms, and how, together, we need to speak up, rise up, and act now.

“The biggest threat to freedom is being silent.”
Nasim Eshqi, Iranian Professional Rock Climber, Activist and Pomellato for Women Ambassador


The #PomellatoForWomen


The #PomellatoForWomen platform was begun in 2017 by the House’s CEO Sabina Belli, creating a dialogue around positive female empowerment to ignite change: Pomellato itself counts a workforce of 75% women. Over the past 6 years, Pomellato for Women videos have been created to advocate for gender equality, the power of sisterhood, and the need for inclusivity.

For the 6th year in a row, the House is honored to welcome back the ‘Pomellato’s godmother’ Jane Fonda who doubles as one of Hollywood’s most decorated actresses, original feminists and political activists.

In the video, Jane Fonda reminds us that, “We tend to take freedom for granted.”


She is joined by other young voices including Joey King, an Emmy-nominated actress, budding entrepreneur and successful producer, who lauded our progress so far with, “I feel very lucky that so many women in my industry have paved the way before me.”

As well, star Italian volleyball player, writer and icon for LGBTQ+ rights Paola Egonu inspires others with, “I’ve learned how strong women can be when we are together.” Iranian professional climber and women’s rights activist Nasim Eshqi has pioneered outdoor climbing in Iran despite threats and government suppression, saying, “It was a fight to be who I want to be.”

“I feel very lucky that so many women in my industry have paved the way before me.”

The Female Influence and Ideas


First to develop the tagline “Pomellato, caring for women since 1967,” Sabina Belli also participated in the video as a true representative of female influence and ideas since she came on board as Pomellato’s CEO in 2015.

Belli explains the reasons behind the Pomellato for Women theme of 2023, “Unfortunately, our freedoms as women and people continue to come under threat across the world – this year it has become especially evident. We are being suppressed, challenged, reduced, silenced, killed. Everyone is responsible to rise up and speak out against our loss of freedoms; I am proud to present the Pomellato for Women video alongside some of our most inspirational and powerful sisters, to speak our truth and to raise our voices to protect freedom.”

Pomellato supplants words with actions, announcing a furthered charity campaign in 2023 that benefits the survivors of domestic violence through the Kering Foundation’s partner FreeFrom. Dismantling the link between intimate partner violence and financial insecurity, L.A.-based FreeFrom builds pathways to financial security and long-term safety for and with survivors.

 I am proud to present the Pomellato for Women video alongside some of our most inspirational and powerful sisters, to speak our truth and to raise our voices to protect freedom