“I was belittled and embarrassed” — daisy walker has had enough of abuse in fashion
Founded by British photographer Daisy Walker, Women in Fashion is the new activist platform tackling issues of gender, diversity and malpractice in fashion.
Looking at ownership of the female nude in art and the everyday, through dolls.
Clementine de Pressigny
from girlhood to womanhood, chloe sheppard comes of age with a nostalgic exhibition
The night before her 21st birthday, the British photographer and chronicler of all things girl looks back at the work that defined her youth.
this new exhibition deconstructs what it means to be a woman
Showing as part of Mumbai’s FOCUS Photography Festival, Photographing the Female, is a visual exploration of the many facets of female identity.
celebrating sex, pleasure and the female form with photographers maisie cousins and francesca allen
In their first joint exhibition, I FEEL SICK/ HOT FLUSH, the British photographers have occupied a room of their own at the KK Outlet and turned it into a den of sexual freedom.
from no-sees to go-sees, the icons of the industry share their experiences and advice for the next generation
With fashion week around the corner we asked the best in the business their top modelling tips for the fresh new faces about to take the world’s catwalk by storm.
photographer chloe sheppard and the power of the female gaze
The dreamy documentarian of all things girl explains the importance of female photography and why gender should never determine one’s art.
maxine peake on changing the world
Acclaimed stage and screen actress, Maxine Peake, argues that the people must be united – and less self involved – in order to effect real change. Peake, 43, also celebrates the modern family – those who choose not to have children but are just as...
paloma elsesser is all about being the best version of yourself
Beautiful, intelligent and funny, Paloma Elsesser is the model winning over the industry simply by being herself.
lynsey addario's photography has changed the way we see the world
Award-winning American photojournalist Lynsey Addario has survived being kidnapped twice and held at gunpoint three times to report on the human cost of war, and the unique experiences of women.
oh stop, you’re making me blush: meeting chanel's lucia pica
A year and a half in the making, Lucia Pica’s debut collection for Chanel, Le Rouge Collection N°1, is a modern love letter to the colour red.
family jewels: meeting gaia repossi
The first female designer to run her family’s century-old jewellery house, Gaia Repossi says women know what women want.
Anders Christian Madsen
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