While Louis Vuitton’s promotional video by Love Magazine, starring models as prostitutes, is rising a wave of criticism among female rights activists, the latest activity from British fashion designer Vivienne Westwood contributes to the positive change in the women’s world. The fashion label has raised awareness about domestic violence against women using the window display at its flagship store in Milan. The displays featured mannequins with bruises all over their white plastic bodies to inspire female victims to break the silence.

Vivienne Westwood Anglomania and Lee Jeans are encouraging public from around the globe to demonstrate various ways to resist some of the most unpleasant aspects of our world. The brands have teamed up to launch an online project, “100 Days of Active Resistance,” to invite people from different parts of the world to share photos, which mirror the core concept of the initiative—demonstration of the ability to see below the surface, understand what’s going around and face up to problems.