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Couldn’t think of a better way to add a special touch to my wardrobe: stripes and slogan (I mean, feminist slogans) are the perfect match to go through the hot season. #stripes

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Alya Barutoğlu
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The most standing out look from the Dior Spring Summer 2018 collection was a romper that took 86 hours to make! When you think of the time spent on making what you wear, it is kind of amazing! This seven thousand dollar romper took 86 hours to make. The crochet playsuit features 27 motifs like dinosaurs, stars and hearts which was inspired by the feminist artist Niki de Saint Phalle. #dior #christiandior #feminism #style #fashion #playsuit #jumpsuit #romper #crochet

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Hattie Cotmore
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Some of my best fashion discoveries have been made on Instagram. Rock n Rose is my newest discovered brand. A flurry of dainty necklaces can be found on their feed. Most of their necklaces are gold and perfect for layering up with two or three more. One of my favourite pieces is definitely the 'feminist' necklace. A subtle statement that can be worn with absolutely anything. Image: Instagram @rocknrosegirls

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Lina Psaila
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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! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Instagram


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corina bello
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The walls of the stage were filled with covers of torn magazines, feminist slogans and archival protest posters, all from 1968, superimposed one on the other. And so, with the slogan clear and the inspiration sixties in mind, the Italian presented a collection of retro air based on crochet clothes, berets and sunglasses with coloured crystals.Dresses are filled with flowers, jackets and plaid skirts. Credits: Pinterest

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Lydia Cotmore
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New outfit inspo? Going without one. The nude female form is this season’s hottest accessory. And no, it’s not objectification; quite the opposite, we’re taking back control after years of patriarchal sexualisation. Boobs are everywhere right now - sculpted on plant pots, printed on mugs, embroidered on sweatshirts - and boobs of every size, shape and colour. Never before has the female form been represented so beautifully than in the diverse medium of fashion. Brands such as Mude Threads (pictured above) even do commissions, so you can get your own figure sewn onto your clothes and wear it with pride for the ultimate feminist fashion statement. It’s the age of empowerment, women are owning our bodies, and we’ve never felt better. [Photo cred 📷: Instagram, @jazmoodie / www.mudethreads.com]

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Felicia Pennant
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The fash pack are already in Milan, leaving us to look back at a joyous and optimistic London Fashion Week AW18. A hotbed for upcoming talent and world class designers who expertly balance their progressive creativity with commerciality, which is more important than ever pre-Brexit; the self-assured production of the shows and presentations (and the esteemed attendees) had almost as many talking points as the collections themselves. The blockbuster Burberry show epitomised London’s pride and diversity in the most literal way with it’s groundbreaking rainbow check, which incidentally followed on rather nicely from Nike’s viral London ad; and a colourful collection of elevated casual-wear with dazzlingly details and so many enviable accessories that were quickly snapped up post show. 


There was an overarching sense of growing up without losing that irreverent sense of British humour, most successfully at play in the show-stopping sequinned Ashish show and J.W.Anderson’s intelligently off-kilter co-ed offering. The feminist undercurrent seen at recent award shows and in the Time’s Up movement cropped up most notably at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi as their AW18 collection was inspired by haenyeo divers (google it) and in Ashley Williams’ empowered girl gang of explorers. 

 The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan may have attended Williams’ show; but Richard Quinn wins the ’best attendee award’ hands down as HRH Queen Elizabeth II attended LFW for the first time and sat front row to present him with the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. It was much more of the same on the streetstyle circuit, although Chrissy Ford and Abigail Gurney-Read were lesser known names that caught our eye. All in all, as we don’t have the space to discuss everything in the detail it deserves, we’ve narrowed the week down to our favourite seven AW18 shows. These are the ones we’ll be saving up for in no particular order.  

Check out our favourite looks in the gallery above then shop our edits from the same brands below. 

Image credit: Vogue.com and Google.

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Alya Barutoğlu
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With London Fashion & Textile's exhibition of t-shirts, we're exploring how the basic of fashion became a statement. Instead of speaking your mind, let your shirts make the point. From Maria Grazia Chiuri's "We Should All Be Feminists," "Why Have There Been No Great Female Artists," and Philipp Plein's feminist tshirts, statement tshirts have made a major comeback. Find the statement you would where everyday in this list! #statement #tshirt #dior #philippplein #trend #streetstyle #style

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Felicia Pennant
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This week marks the 100 year anniversary of women first winning the vote in the UK. And while much has changed since 6 February 1918, the fact that there’s a plethora of feminist fashion and literature available and multiple women’s marches staged in recent years suggests the spirit of the suffragists is still very much alive. These women, unlike the radical suffragettes who were more militant and resorted to violence (Emily Davison died after walking out in front of King George V’s horse at the 1913 Epson Derby), campaigned to win the vote peacefully. The combination of tactics worked and these days women are campaigning for gender equality and protesting against issues like period poverty and sexual harassment in powerful ways.  


Besides donating money and joining marches, there are other ways to share your beliefs and solidarity with fellow women. We’d suggest reading up about the history of the suffragists and suffragettes, women's rights and feminism; and fashion wise, slogan t-shirts are probably the easiest way to share your thoughts as they’ll effortlessly go with what’s already in your wardrobe. There’s bound to be one that reflect your thoughts and you can discover the protest garment’s 20th century timeline and impact at an exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum which opens today. Dior’s ‘We should all be feminists’ t-shirt, inspired by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s essay and Ted talk, is arguably the most famous and the fashion girl choice, and the audio featured on Beyonce’s ‘Flawless’ track. The word and terms ‘feminist’ (which so loaded you may have to justify yourself to onlookers when wearing it), ‘girl power’ and ‘grl pwr’ feature on a range of stylish pieces and accessories too. We’d also recommend making the Spice Girls your current soundtrack, given their still very relevant #girlpower message, and you can add empowering quotes to your home decor. 

Shop our edit of essential products below! 

Image credit: Pinterest and Instagram.

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Lina Psaila
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Edward Enninful's first British VOGUE cover was meant to cause attention, to make a clear statement that VOGUE UK is entering a new era, that it will be more inclusive more diversified and less elitist. 


In his quest for the perfect cover model he unsurprisingly went with British model and feminist activist Adwoa Aboah and for the revolutionary, female empowering and optimistic decade of the 80s in the styling and make up. 

Being chosen for the celebration of this transitional era must be a tremendous honour. Aboah has already appeared on the cover of American VOGUE alongside Ashley Graham, Liu Wen, Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid. 

She has also been on the cover of VOGUE Italia and i-D. She has an organisation for young women called Gurls Talk tackling issues that she too has suffered like depression and drug addiction. 

Her short boyish blonde hairdo speaks volumes of her non-challance and laissez faire attitude. She puts comfort and practicality up in her priority list without compromising her effortless style. 

From check pant suits, to large yellow aviator glasses, to a pair of simple denim flared trousers, to a black leather dress, her style is unapologetic, dynamic and 100% Adwoa. 

Browse through our gallery from our favourite Adwoa Aboah looks and shop your favourite looks from our exclusive edit below...


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Julie Gabriel
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What can we do when August hits and all you see when you look out the office window is rain? Well, yes, you prep for the imminent drop of A/W17 collections. 


Let’s be honest here, we have been over summer for a while now and for most we’ve already lost our tan. For the ones who are yet to go enjoy the sun, well don’t complain if when you come back there is nothing left in store. Who leaves in August anyways?

As usual it all started with Instagram when we spotted the fashion pack wearing new season pieces and suddenly we knew we would want them all. Being a woman and therefore being a natural supporter of the feminist cause it seemed normal the power-woman tailored trend spoke to us. Worn by the likes of Mira Duma and Gilda Ambrosio it is a must-have this winter and it will make us happy to go to work, or the coffee shop for that matter, just to rock that executive look.

And because our job here is to find the best of the best for you ,well we found it. Ted Baker’s new A/W17 collection truly has it all! If you want to make the trend work for you there is no better place to start.

With a wide array of tailored pieces made of luxurious fabrics, we are in love. Upgrade your everyday look with otherworldly prints with names such as Kyoto Gardens, sporting butterflies which we learn are the symbol of love and transformation, a perfect omen for a successful back to school season.

If you fancy something a bit more understated, prefer one of their impeccable jumpsuit or tailored dress coming with lace detailing or subtle ruffles, you will be sure to make the right impression no matter the occasion.

Accessories have not been forgotten with feminine heels, silky scarves and structured purses. Throw a delicate kimono jacket - super hot this season - a soft leather vest or a wool and cashmere blend neutral coat for the most perfect professional finish.

See, we told you summer was overrated!

Discover our favourite pieces in the selection below or shop Ted’s entire A/W17 collection here.

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Où en est le féminisme aujourd’hui? 


Aujourd’hui 97% des femmes pensent qu’elles doivent d’être payées au même titre que les hommes. Même si nombre d'entre elles (58%) ne se considèrent pas comme féministes. Par ailleurs, la grande majorité de celles-ci (87%) estime que la lutte contre les violences faites aux femmes n’est pas suffisamment efficace. Elles déplorent à 90% que les tâches domestiques sont essentiellement effectuées par les femmes. Enfin elles déclarent que le harcèlement de rue est malheureusement une réalité quotidienne.

Lorsque l’on est confronté à de tels sondages, fort est de constater une fracture entre les idées et la réalité. Ce problème d'égalité sociale entre homme/femme est clairement identifié et pourtant rien ne bouge ( ou si peu). La question se pose donc naturellement: souhaite-t-on vraiment y remédier? Existe-t-il un paradoxe à être ou à se revendiquer féministe? 

Beyoncé écrit en lettres de feu “FEMINIST” à chacun de ses concerts, Emma Watson fait des discours engagés à l’ONU, Chanel dédie certains de ses défilés à La Cause féministe, mais cela ressemble bien plus à un coup (fort) marketing plutôt qu’à un véritable engagement... Résultat ? Le discours transmis tient du faux semblant.

Les médias se sont appropriés cette cause au mieux de façon maladroite, au pire de façon erronée. Effectivement, le Féminisme peut parfois être perçu comme une forme de rejet envers les hommes, alors qu'il prône au contraire une égalité politique, économique, culturelle, personnelle, sociale et juridique entre les femmes et les hommes. 

Malheureusement certaines "TV-icônes" modernes, telles que les jeunes Kardashian, affirment qu’elles ne se sentent pas féministes et expliquent qu’elles refusent "toute étiquette”. De tels propos vont influencer à n'en pas douter les jeunes générations. 

Un autre problème est à déplorer. Le terme “féministe” fait parfois peur. En effet, 64 % des femmes considèrent que les féministes en font trop. 49 % affirment même qu’elles nuisent à l’image des femmes. Alors faudrait-il renommer la cause? On parle souvent de "rebranding" du féminisme.

Certains pensent que la clé de la réussite féministe tiendrait dans une alliance avec les hommes. Effectivement, selon les sondages, 98% des hommes donnent les mêmes réponses que les femmes sur cette question sociétale. Mais sont-ils réellement prêts à abandonner leur statut de privilégiés afin de faire avancer l’égalité homme/femme ?

En attendant, un peu de légèreté avec les vidéos de la chaîne des Bloqués qui abordent eux aussi des questions sur le féminisme avec une touche d'humour ! 

Crédit Photo: Pinterest 
Crédit Vidéo: Bloqués 
Crédit Sondages: Harris Interactive 

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