On March 3rd, the iconic super-model turned entrepreneur, Cindy Crawford participated in the ceremonial lighting of the Empire State Building in celebration of International Women’s Day and highlighted the nonprofit Delivering Good.

To shine as brightly as the monument for this evening, she was wearing an olive jacket, white shirt and jeans by Jones New York. Crawford will appear in an upcoming Jones New York global campaign and comes on board to strengthen Jones New York’s endeavors to support women. Just ahead of International Women’s Day, Jones New Yorkand Crawford partnered with nonprofit Delivering Good, an international organization that helps kids, families and adults.

“It is so important that Cindy Crawford and Jones New York are calling attention to the challenges women face as they work to achieve economic independence, and we are thrilled to be partners with them,” “Delivering Good empowers women through our national network, providing support, professional attire and development tools that help women thrive in the workplace. This year is also our 35th anniversary, so lighting the Empire State Building is especially exciting for us” said Delivering Good President & CEO Lisa Gurwitch.

The Spring 2020 collection which has been brought to life in a campaign featuring Cindy Crawford, can be purchased on jny.com and various U.S. retailers such as Hudson Bay, Dillard’s, and Lord & Taylor.

About Delivering Good:

This year marks the 35th anniversary of Delivering Good, nonprofit supported by new product donations from hundreds of companies in the fashion, home and children’s industries. Donating new merchandise provides these companies with a simple and effective way to help millions of kids, adults and families in need. Since the founding in 1985, over $2 billion of donated product has been distributed through a network of community partners across the country. In 2019, more than 400 companies donated approximately 11 million units of useful product that we distributed to over 400 community partners across the U.S. and around the world. Our community partners support adults and children challenged by poverty or disasters. Many serve a range of clients, or are specialized in helping women in the workforce, veterans of armed services, foster children, homeless adults and youth, medically fragile children and more.

By Justine Duclaux

Photo: Dimitrious Kambouris