Happy International Women’s Day!

Pottery Barn is a brand powered by women, from artists and designers to store associates and
our executive team. Today, we celebrate them – and all of the inspiring women who shop with us.

Pottery Barn, and its parent
company Williams-Sonoma, Inc.
(WSI), is at the forefront of the
female-empowered workforce.
Here's how we proudly stack up.
75% of Pottery Barn's full-time
workforce is women. That's 1.5X Higher than the national average.
50% of WSI's Board of Directors
are women. That's 2X Higher than the national average.
Julie Walen,
CFO of WSI
As of 2015, only 11.6% of
Fortune 500 companies
had a female CFO.
Laura Alber, CEO of WSI Only 6.4% of Fortune 500 companies
are led by a female CEO.
WSI is one of very few
Fortune 1000 companies with Both a Female
CEO & CFO

Get the Limited Edition Print

As part of our International Women's Day celebration, we
partnered with Women Who Draw, an open directory of
professional female illustrators, artists and cartoonists.

Your purchase will directly benefit HERproject, a nonprofit
that empowers low-income women working in global supply
chains through health and financial training and resources.

STRENGTH TOGETHER

This framed limited edition print, Strength
Together
, is from featured Women Who
Draw artist Alex Labriola. It nods to the
powerful movement that is proving women
are – in fact – stronger together.

20% OF PROCEEDS BENEFIT HERPROJECT

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These diverse women, walking forward with symbols of
positivity between them, is a way of helping us remember
why we are so special and what we are capable of.

Alex Labriola

2018 featured artist

Alex Labriola is the founder of Al Stampa,
a creative studio that specializes in
illustration, branding and letterpress.
@alstampa

Our Pledge

As of 2018, through this partnership we have
provided education on health and financial literacy
to nearly 30,000 workers throughout Asia. By 2020,
we pledge to impact the lives of 100,000 factory
workers through similar initiatives.

Learn more at HERproject.org

Our Journey
with HERproject

In 2015, Pottery Barn launched a partnership with
nonprofit BSR to implement HERproject, a workplace
training program that empowers women working in
factories where some of our products are made.