Models Vanessa Lorenzo + Marta Dyks are styled by Richmond Tan in Anthropologie’s Spring 2019 Campaign lensed by Graham Dunn. Heath Mattiolo designs the set rich in homewares and furniture from Anthropologie’s expanding lifestyle collections. / Hair by Rachel Lee; makeu by Diane da SilvaRead More
When in London, afternoon tea at Balthazar in Covent Garden in the presence of FLOWERBX blooms seems like a must do. Any fashionistas in the city for London Fashion Week would have enjoyed a small feast for eyes, body and soul.
The winter edition of the Balthazar x FLOWERBX Afternoon Tea sees Balthazar’s highly skilled Head Pastry Chef Régis Beauregard transform winter florals into cakes, with the expertise of FLOWERBX CEO, Whitney Bromberg Hawkings.Read More
For most Americans, black history begins in 1619, when a Dutch ship brought some “20 and odd Negroes” as slaves to the English colony of Jamestown, in Virginia.
Many are not aware that black history in the United States goes back at least a century before this date.
In 1513, a free and literate African named Juan Garrido explored Florida with a Spanish conquistador, Juan Ponce de León. In the following decades, Africans, free and enslaved, were part of all the Spanish expeditions exploring the southern region of the United States. In 1565, Africans helped establish the first permanent European settlement in what is St. Augustine, Florida today.Read More
Liberty London is teaming up with Bloody Good Period, the non-profit charity commited to ending period poverty. The two-week campaign, which runs concurrently with International Women’s Day March 8, will see all donations go to Bloody Good Period. The organization founded by Gabby Eldin, supports vulnerable women unable to afford sanitary products, with a special focus on asylum seekers and refugees.
The #MeToo campaign has provided a gateway for Indian women to vocalise the “enough is enough” message and seek justice. Some have referred to it as revolutionary. Sadly, the reality is that the majority of women who have encountered harassment will not – or cannot – come forward and voice their stories of victimisation.Read More
"My goal is to be a walking piece of political art every time I show up," Porter told Vogue. "To challenge expectations. What is masculinity? What does that mean? Women show up every day in pants, but the minute a man wears a dress, the seas part."Read More
Following in the footsteps of Colin Kaepernick’s compelling commercial to debut the 30th anniversary of NIKE’s ‘Just Do It’ Campaign, Serena Williams is the narrator in the brand’s new ‘Dream Crazier’ commercial, which aired Sunday night during the 91st Academy Awards. The newest ‘Just Do It’ ad features prominent trailblazing female athletes including including Williams herself, Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon, Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad and other women sports figures expressing emotions including frustration, exhiliaraiton, anger, joy and more during their sporting events.Read More
But is technology the weapon that will ultimately eradicate animal poaching and save various species from eradication? It’s not a silver bullet, but it certainly has potential. That’s why Vulcan – a company started by the late Paul Allen, who co-founded Microsoft – has produced a tech platform called EarthRanger to monitor protected wildlife areas by drawing in big data from cameras, animal collars and vehicle sensors.Read More