The Pants Project

the power of pants has been transferred to women and is now being used as a weapon for self-love
— Natasha Bishop Founder of The Pants Project

I love nothing more than a woman that has a mission and sets off to accomplish it, like now. 19 year old Natasha Bishop is an English Lit student in Oxford and the founder of The Pants Project.

The Pants Project is a non-profit organisation set up to raise funds and awareness for those facing the tragic issue of infertility, through the power of pants. Sourcing underwear from UK lingerie brands, selling it via their website, donating the profits to Fertility Network UK, Britain’s leading infertility charity. Natasha's infertility journey began at 16 years old, and has turned her journey into a cause and foundation of hope and support. 

The online collection, which includes the collaborating of two quintessentially British lingerie brands Isadore Intimates For The Pants Project and Fleur Of England For The Pants Project is available for purchase through ThePantsProject website .


PANTS PARTY VALENTINES DAY 2017

The Pants Project presents it’s first…Valentine’s Pants Party “helping women feel beautiful and strong through the power or pants, no matter what fertility issues they are facing”

14.2.17 | 7-11pm

Join us for a night of live music, pink champagne and delicious canapés to raise funds and awareness for those facing infertility. 

We will be hosting a live auction with 100% of the proceeds going to Fertility Network UK. 

The Earlsfield, 511 Garratt Lane, London, SW18 4SW

RSVP by 1.2.17

Please enquire at to the number of tickers required at: 

tashajanebishop@gmail.com

Isadore Intimates Ava High-Waisted Brief For The Pants Project

Isadore Intimates Ava High-Waisted Brief For The Pants Project

fleur of england's signature brief for the pants project

fleur of england's signature brief for the pants project



Natasha Bishop Founder of the pants project

Natasha Bishop Founder of the pants project

Come on, tell me how incredibly empowered do you feel having founded such a beautiful project.

I do feel incredibly empowered, I must say. When I first started it, it was during a time when I’d just dropped out of music school (something I’d dreamed of my entire life) because I was struggling coming to terms with infertility and wasn't happy where I was and with what I was doing. I felt pretty useless to say the least, but now I feel like I can take on the world and win because I actually feel like i’m making a difference. I have had countless messages of thanks and support from people who appreciate The Pants Project’s daily posts of inspiration, which honestly makes all the hard work worth it and gives me such a boost. Being surrounded by incredible women in an online space who are doing truly heroic things around the world is truly the most uplifting thing to ever happen to me! 

Where do you see The Pants Project in 5 years?

I hope that in five years The Pants Project is my full time job, and that it will have grown into an organisation that is able to help up and coming lingerie designers to have exposure and create a name for themselves globally, whilst also continuing to raise funds and awareness for a number of charities. I want to branch from infertility into other important causes such as LGBTQ rights, women’s education and Third World Sex Education and Medicine. 

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