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Happy International Women’s Day! Today we celebrate women’s achievements while calling on gender equality. However, this International Women's Day is especially significant, coming on the heels of unprecedented movement for women’s rights, equality and justice. 


From the rise of #MeToo movement to the #TimesUp campaign against sexual harassment following the scandals in Hollywood, the need for change is omnipresent. In January, the second annual women’s march took large cities across the globe by storm, while in the UK specifically, we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the British women’s right to vote. 

The theme for International Women’s Day 2018 is #PressForProgress. The day is meant to bring together global governments, women's organisations, businesses and charities together and will be marked with talks, performances, rallies, networking events and marches. 

Key events include the annual Women of the World (WOW) Festival at the Southbank centre while Penguin Publishing will launch a pop-up bookstore featuring solely female authors. The Like a Woman Bookshop will be open from 5-9 March, with categories like ‘Essential feminist reads’, ‘Inspiring young readers’, ‘Women to watch’ and ‘Changemakers’. 

So this International Women's Day pick up your favourite feminist read, sport a powerful slogan tee, indulge in a day of pampering and remember to support and empower women. Not just today but every day of the year! Throw on some Beyonce while you're at it, too.

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite items from our list below! 

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After 15 years on the West coast, the 60th Grammy Awards moved east, in New York City,  at Madison Square Garden on January 28th. Memorable moments from the ceremony include Kesha's #MeToo performance against sexual harassment while Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance. Bruno Mars was the bigger winner of the night snatching Best Record, Album and Song of the year. Major artists like Lady Gaga, Lana Del Rey, SZA, Cardi B and Camila Cabello took the Red Carpet and the stage in amazing outfits for music's most mesmerizing night. 


Lady Gaga appeared in a long black gown by Armani, sporting also a  huge rock on her finger sparking rumours of an engagement to her beau. 

It was a tomato red strapless gown by Vivienne Westwood Couture for former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello. She paired the sleek gown with precious silver jewellery and a tiny diamond-encrusted bag. 

SZA showed off her newly toned bod in a naked dress by Atelier Versace and complimented it by adding Chopard jewellery. 

A very pregnant Chrissy Teigen showed off her belly proudly in a sparkly silver number and Chopard jewellery paired with strappy heels and a tiny clutch for her bare essentials.

Need a bit more Red Carpet inspiration before we move to  Oscar season? Then head  to our gallery and shop your red carpet essentials. 

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Attendees at the Grammys last night took recent red carpet #TimesUp and #Metoo protests to another level by adding a symbolic white rose to their outfits. The move was the brainchild of Meg Harkins, senior vice president of marketing at Roc Nation and Karen Rait, head of rhythm promotions at Interscope/ Geffen/ A&M Records; with the support of other well-known women in the music industry because the flower historically stands for ‘hope, peace, sympathy and resistance.’ It’s worth remembering that the suffragettes adopted the ‘pure’ colour 100 years ago when they fought for and succeeded in winning women the vote. 


Whether the white rose was actually carried, pinned/embroidered to a lapel, or even temporarily tattooed onto a décolletage, Lady Gaga, Cardi B et al showed their support and solidarity in bold and brave ways. Many stars wore black on the red carpet anyway, like the Golden Globes dress code, which created a gorgeous monochrome style statement as well. And while Beyonce and others didn’t carry the rose, her daughter Blue Ivy was dressed in head to toe white and performers like Kesha, Cyndi Lauper and Camila Cabello wore the hue on stage. 

To stand sartorially with these women and support these important movements, check out how they styled their white roses in their gallery above and then shop our edit of wear-now picks below. 

Image credit: Getty Images via vogue.co.uk.

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Women have been wearing trousers for around a century. Largely due to increased responsibility after the war, we could finally take off our skirts. Feminism has been deemed one of the many words of the year this year on the back of #MeToo movement. I guess it comes as no surprise therefore that our trousers have got a little more powerful too. The side stripe is being thrown on luxe joggers and flares adding a little more structure to trousers. This look from #Topshop (image from their Instagram) is just to die for. Chic and fun and, well, powerful.

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