Calling ALL female artists!
Do you find yourself always asking the question, ‘Where can I find all-girl artists and illustrators’?
‘Women Who Draw’ hopes to challenge the hiring bias its founders have observed in the publishing world by creating a database of just that. Click on the above pic for more info.
Calling ALL female artists!
Thirty-nine artists create thirty-nine original portraits of trailblazing women, to raise funds for women continuing the fight for gender equality in Cambodia and Nepal.
Blazing trails, creating change, making herstory. Sound like something you want to be part of?
Click on the pic to find out how you can show your support!
Melbourne’s newest fashion label MOGA is empowering women all over the world, uniting them through fabric and colour.
MOGA is also a social enterprise which sees 20 per cent of its profits go towards helping girls attend secondary schools in countries where they do not have equal opportunity to learn. Click on the pic to find out more.
Annie Leibovtiz’s stunning exhibition “WOMEN” is coming to London as part of a grand world tour.
The portrait series is a continually growing project that began 15 years ago as a collaboration with the author Susan Sontag who died in 2004. The photographer has stated that she would like the new images in the collection to reflect the changes in the roles of women in modern society.
All About Women celebrates its fourth year in 2016 as part of the Sydney Opera House’s Ideas at the House program. It returns with a program bursting with innovators, culture-shakers, dreamers, thinkers and storytellers.
The festival aims to invigorate discussion on important issues and ideas that matter to women, and to bring global and Australian perspectives to the stages of the Sydney Opera House.
On 3rd May 2014, Nike Australia held the 3rd annual Nike She Runs 10 km Race.
Every year I tell my mates that it’s not about beating each other, it’s about beating our own times – but really, I was secretly watching their race times on Nike + Running App and using it to fuel my own competitive demons.
They ate my dust.
If you were in attendance or were keeping track at any of the catwalk shows during Fashion Week this year, you’ll know that prints and graphic designs are still a major theme in all elements of our wardrobes – clothing, accessories and footwear.
Converse have capitalised on this ongoing trend, taking inspiration from the catwalks and bringing it into their newest women’s collection – Birds of Paradise.
Australian bag brand Crumpler have been stepping up their design game as of late – and their latest workwear collection, BELL, definitely proves that.
Featuring of only five pieces, the collection is designed for women and inspired by the incredible trio of the Brontë sisters.
Check out the collection now and check back to the website soon for an exclusive review of one of the pieces.