Olivia Villanti is an editorial strategist and probably the most Parisian of all the women we met in New York: she wears grey and black, thinks it's funny to wear leggings when you're not working out, and calls Pina Bausch her sports hero!
As a Kundalini teacher, she exudes a certain softness and aura reserved for the mystical among us. At the same time, she is a consultant and a coach, determined and strong. Desiree Pais is 27, and yet an old soul. Read on for the portrait of a woman who simultaneously references Guru Jagat and Jacquemus as current inspirations...
In 2015, Christine Pausewang's fiancé suggested they move to Portugal and work together for his family’s business: a lab producing organic, plant-based food supplements. So began the Biocol Labs adventure.
There is a massive shift towards changing the way women - and men - think and talk about bodies, bleeding and intimacy. We connected with the cheeky founders of Cycles+Sex, a leading organization in this movement, to discuss how to encourage empowering conversations about reproductive and sexual health, with a healthy dose of pleasure and humor.
Founded in 2014 by world travelers and powerhouse entrepreneurs Meg He and Nina Faulhaber, ADAY is quickly establishing itself as a pioneer in the use of performance fabrics for transitional purposes. The Multiplicity collection continues to combine style and versatility, pushing sophistication and function even further by applying intelligent design to curated pieces can be worn individually or combined to create a singular, consolidated and conscious wardrobe.
Bespoke fragrance and beauty designer Caroline Wachsmuth shines a light on three women jewelers whose creations go beyond product, penetrating the realm of the spirit, through the expression of beauty, meaning and purpose.
All women are sisters! Let them unite, like an ancient tribe around a magic fire. Such is the central idea of Ethno Ballet, a method created by Dana Mussa through which she honors basic instincts like hunting, fighting, healing and praying, transforming them through the medium of dance.
ProtectHer is an organization founded by Alexis Jones, a woman activist and speaker. Jones educates young male athletes in the locker room, rebranding the notion of what it means to be a man. As she says: "if men are the problem, they're also the cure."