Fashion's biggest event took flight last night! Yes, I am talking about the one and only, Met Gala. A-listers from across the globe made their way up those famous steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in their exquisite dresses. This included co-chairs, Rihanna, Amal Clooney, Donatella Versace and Anna Wintour. They were welcomed by rarely seen artifacts from the Vatican and a show stopping performance by Madonna. A fitting choice by Vogue since this year's Met Gala theme was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.“Read More
L'Oréal Paris is creating a talk show around women's empowerment at the Cannes Film Festival next month. The brand, which has been a partner to the festival for 21 years, will broadcast "The worth it show" live from the beach. The seven shows are available for festival-goers and the public.Read More
Do you need a reason to raise your glass to this week?
Diageo, the company behind the best-selling scotch brand Johnnie Walker, recently announced it would sell a limited-edition, 12-year Black Label blended whiskey featuring a woman in a top hat on its label instead of its signature striding man logo.Read More
Art.com, the world's leading online destination for discovering and purchasing art, is naming 2017 "The Year of the Woman," honoring the global movement of female empowerment and growing interest in female artists and artwork that celebrates, supports and energizes women's issues, diversity and inclusion.Read More
On the fourth day of January in 2016, Windy Chien was at home in San Francisco in her backyard woodworking shed, aware of the new year ahead. She had an actual ‘lightbulb moment,' that would ignite her creativity to her whole other level.Read More
Six days, six graffiti artists - thats what it took to give a vibrant look to three 250-feet high walls of a Noida, India mall. The artists, who were members of the Delhi Street Art group, drew graffiti on the theme of women's empowerment, on the top floor of the mall.Read More
I recently found this wonderful article honoring Mexico's greatest female artists, and just had to share it with all of you! Many of us are familiar with Frida Kahlo, who was a complete game changer! In post-revolutionary Mexico, the surrealist artist celebrated indigenous heritage through her paintings – mostly self portraits – at a time when the country’s national identity was fragmented. Kahlo placed her own identities – disabled, gender-bending, bisexual, woman, and communist – front and center in her autobiographical pieces. In the decades since, her works have made her a feminist and LGBTQ icon. She’s now recognized as one of Mexico’s greatest artists and cultural icons.Read More