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Get to know the ladies who are championing Filipino fashion today.
In celebration of Women's Day, we're putting the spotlight on five local fashion brands helmed by Filipinas. Poised to bring a fresh perspective to modern Filipino fashion, these Pinays are active champions of local craftsmanship.Apart from putting up successful businesses, our featured ladies
Whom we truly like to look good for, other than ourselves.
I have a soft spot for Leandra Medine-Cohen, a.k.a. Man Repeller, who, as part of the first generation of fashion bloggers, shot to fame not just because of her hilarious takes on the trends of today (e.g. “Making the Case for Big Pants—I
Now's the time to make a statement.
Happy International Women's Day (IWD), ladies! Today marks the global celebration of women empowerment and achievement. The IWD has been observed since the early 1900s and continues to recognize women's call for equality. There are so many ways to get immersed in
Here's your first look!
In celebration of International Women's Day, Mattel will release a 17-piece Barbie collection fashioned after inspiring women. The series, aptly entitled Inspiring Women, is set to be released in two parts. For the first batch, they are zooming in on three women who
Learn all about the Magna Carta of Women.
The past few decades have seen long strides in mainstreaming principles that directly address the economic, social, political and cultural inequality between men and women. Although the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) had been adopted
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On its 22nd year of effectivity, the Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995 (Republic Act No. 7877) aims to protect every individual from work, education or training-related sexual harassment. While not solely for the benefit of women, the Anti-Sexual Harassment Act of 1995
Finally, a feminist support group where you can discuss women's issues with like-minded women.
My story as feminist began with my love of music. I like to quote Kathleen Hanna a lot by saying “Riot grrrl was my gateway drug to feminism.” It was via bands like Bikini Kill, Le Tigre, Bratmobile, and Sleater-Kinney that I