Inspiring Woman Series: Esther Duflo | Nobel Prize Winning Economist

By Jordan Borg . You are faced with a classic dilemma: Wrapping up your purchases at the supermarket, you swipe your card to pay and are met with the following prompt on the card reader: “Would you like to donate £1 to help fight poverty?” Your heartbeat quickens. You suddenly feel the gaze of the person queuing behind you. In that split second, a dozen thoughts erupt in your mind:  “Why am I being pressured to make a donation at the supermarket?” “Am I a terrible person if I don’t donate?” “Fighting poverty is not my responsibility. I have enough...

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10 Questions | Phoebe Gormley

Tailor-in-Chief, Phoebe Gormley, launched her bespoke women's tailoring business, Gormley & Gamble, at the age of 20, becoming the first womenswear-only brand on the esteemed Savile Row. We profile the lady behind the suit.
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Inspiring Woman Series: Zaha Hadid | Architect

"I think it’s all aimed at making a better world,” Zaha once stated in an interview with her enigmatic blend of composure and intensity. We name our upcoming belt bag in honour of the "Queen of the Curve."
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10 Questions | Clare Farrell

Full time activist, campaigner, lecturer and visionary, Clare is best known as one of the founders of Extinction Rebellion. See what she makes of our existential questions.
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Inspiring Woman Series: Zanele Muholi | Visual Activist

Zanele Muholi is an acclaimed South African photographer and filmmaker, dedicated to documenting South Africa's black LGBT+ communities. 
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10 Questions | Maxim Cramer

We love people who get fired up about problems and set out to fix them. We love it even more when the end result empowers women. Meet Maxim Cramer:  a technology coach helping women entrepreneurs to better access and compete in the male-dominated world of tech. 
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