THE BEST WAYS TO COME TOGETHER
With connection comes collaboration, celebration and the act of bringing people together through shared interests. From honoring (and walking with) women everywhere to boosting optimism with games, here is our curated list of the best ways to come together this month.
THE BEST SHOPPING
Thoughtful collaborations and the female form as art are at the top of our shopping list.
Sustainable jewelry designer Monica Vinader and luxury fashion pioneer Mother of Pearl teamed up for an innovative collection that marries both brands’ design, style and dedication to social impact and the planet. We love their modern approach to timeless beauty in every piece.
We’re a shoo-in for a good artist collab. Amsterdam eyewear brand Ace & Tate tapped London-based artist Polly Nor to create a bespoke frame adorned with her satirical illustrations. With a dark play on a woman’s desire comes an iconic pair of sunnies.
Having got her start in fine jewelry, Anissa Kermiche turned her hand to objects to celebrate the female form in an irreverent way while still embracing femininity. We’ve been eyeing her signature Love Handles Vase for a few years and look forward to finding a play on our bookshelf for it.
THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT
FRĒDA Woman and Optimism Doctor Deepika Chopra showed us her Things Are Looking Up cards and we can’t wait to bring them to our upcoming spring events. While designed to do daily by yourself, we think it would be fun to bring a group together to inspire optimism as a unit.
Created out of the pandemic in New York with a desire to be around people, City Girls Who Walk brings together women in cities across America to walk weekly. With a simple mission to connect women in big cities, we can’t wait to join in on the fun!
TEN is place where women meet through events like a literary club, private yoga events, energy masterclasses to share perspectives and knowledge. As a female-founded brand, we love every opportunity to support entrepreneurial women.
THE BEST READS
We’re adding to our bookshelf and expanding off it for a well-rounded reading list this month.
Fun and lighthearted come to mind when we see the upcoming Masquespacio x Monoprix collaboration. Reflecting on the concept of a Parisian brunch, Ana Hernández created a collection of 50 pieces that connect every element of the French affair.
FRĒDA Woman, columnist and author Alyssa Shelasky is no stranger to pushing against the status quo. In her intimate essay collection, she navigates life as a wild-hearted woman in New York City. Sex, relationships, motherhood and more—it’s all on the table.
Writer, journalist, podcast host, and author Ann Friedman has us waiting by our inbox every Friday. We’re obsessed with her newsletter containing the best book and media suggestions, as well as GIFs and other digital treats. Strongly recommend subscribing.
THE BEST FOR WOMEN EVERYWHERE
Women can do everything and together we can move mountains. Here are the best ways to support women this month.
Join us in safeguarding the rights of women in crises globally. Founded in 1972, the organization adopted an international human rights approach to assisting women in conflict.
Living in the tech-dominated San Francisco area, we’re huge advocates of getting more women in the respective industry. Kode With Klossy creates learning experiences and opportunities for young women and gender expansive youth. Our programs ignite a spark that fuels our scholars' agency to pursue their passions in a tech-driven world.
Close to our hearts, Girls Inc. focuses on the development of the whole girl while inspiring them to be strong, smart and bold. Our co-founder Megan volunteered on the board and we invite you to join us in supporting their incredible work.