Ovaries Project

a charity for Circle of Health International


The Power of Art and Design Coming Together.

Inspired by their desire to support women and women's rights around the world, Designer Delfina Balda and Artist Patricia Iglesias partnered to create the "Ovaries Project." Their collaboration consists of two Peruvian cotton shirts, each printed with a piece of Iglesias's art that celebrates the power of the female anatomy.

As part of the "Ovaries Project," they chose people who they felt were inspiring, empowered and who embraced their message, and photographed them wearing the shirts. Pamela Love, Mona Fastvold, Lotta Nieminen, Tarajia Morrell, Audrey Louise Reynolds, Marina Munoz and her kids, and more, have all taken part.

Ovaries Project - Delfina Balda
Ovaries Project - Delfina Balda


Delfina Baldassarre and Patricia Iglesias were both born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Patricia Iglesias has participated in several group and solo shows, both in the United States and Argentina. Delfina Baldassarre founded her Brooklyn, New York based fashion brand in 2012 selling in the United States and Internationally.

The project was born from a studio visit Delfina paid to Patricia to start a conversation about a print collaboration. Delfina's first impresion was of a wall covered in beautiful Ovaries, the necessity of current events prompted the Ovaries project.

Both Women care very much about giving back to the community and for womens rights. Fashion, especially in the age of social media, can be a strong tool for not just fundraising, but also a platform to tap into wide audiences and raise awareness about important issues that affect us all. Fashion can be a provocative part of culture, playing the role of being a medium for conversation, for statements, for debates. It opens a deeper channel for social concerns.

Circle of Health International.

The charity of choice is Circle of Health International (COHI). COHI is an international humanitarian organization founded in 2004 with the mission to work with women and their communities in times of crisis and disaster to ensure access to quality reproductive, maternal, and newborn care.

A percentage of the profits from the sale of the "Ovaries Project" shirts will benefit Circle of Health International (http://cohintl. org), an Austin-based non-profit that provides quality reproductive, maternal, and newborn care in times of crisis, and supports women in their pursuit of health and security.

The Shirts

Ovaries Project - Delfina Balda
Ovaries Project - Delfina Balda
Ovaries Project - Delfina Balda
Ovaries Project - Delfina Balda
Ovaries Project - Delfina Balda


Delfina Baldassarre

Owner and Fashion Designer of Delfina Balda

Patricia Iglesias

MacLean O'Donnell

Owner and Fashion Designer of Delfina Balda

Lotta Nieminen

Illustrator, graphic designer and art director

Mona Fastvold

Actress and writer

Pamela Love

Jewelry designer and creative director of Pamela Love

Pablo Castro

Co-Founder of Dr Cow, environmentally conscious business

Tarajia Morrell

Actress and Owner of NYC Resturant Metta

Silvia Avanzi

Founder and Creative director of Gray Matters

Debo Eilers

Nico Casavechia

Director, screenwriter and illustrator.
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Rita Nakouzi

Creative Strategist and Trend Forecaster
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Audrey Louise Reynolds

Sustainable designer and consultant

Marina Muñoz

Fashion Stylist
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Blaise Kim

Son of Marina Muñoz

Paloma Kim

Daughter of Marina Muñoz

Lucio Castro

Fashion designer and Filmmaker

Julie Trotta

Art Curator and consultant

Claudia Cifu

Fashion Stylist and consultant

Lisa Salzer-Wiles

Founder and creative director of Lulu Frost

Nicole Fasolino


Sarah Gadon


Diana Garcia


Delfina Balda Inc. gratefully acknowledges these contributors to The Ovaries Project and would like to thank them for their time and effort that was put forward for something that Delfina Baldassarre and Patricia Iglesias feel very strong about. For more information on each person involved please contact us Here.

T-shirts come in two colorways and are made with 100% Peruvian cotton.
All purchases and donations are made through our ecommerce platform. Please read our Terms of Service for more information.

We would also like to thank Circle of Health International for teaming with us as our charity for this project. Please contact us Here. For more ways to give to this wonderful charity. You can learn more about COHI by visiting them at cohintl.org

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