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...
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.
Emma Sawko is the founder of Wild & The Moon. She owns three cafés in Dubaï, two in Paris and is scheduled to open the third one in less than a month, with New York and London outposts in the works. And she shoots for the moon!
Rebecca Garland is the Co-Founder of Fit & Fly Girl, a company that hosts luxury fitness and wellness retreats for women to international destinations. We caught up with her following her most recent excursion: a digital detox glamping retreat in the Moroccan desert.
Tulum Town aka Pueblo may not be on the beach, but it's where the locals live and convene, resulting in an increasingly interesting destination, percolating year-round with creative and affordable lifestyle options. You heard it here first!
Marie-Agnès Gillot was chosen by très French brand Petit Bateau to create a capsule collection inspired by the freedom she expresses through movement. Called "Danse à pas de deux," the collection contains pieces for women, children and infants, with a celebratory campaign shot in the gardens of Palais Royal.
Kaitlyn Reinhart, the charismatic co-founder of Otium, gives us her tasty tips. Open for just under a year, Otium, one of our favourite cantines in Paris, is cozy but not cramped with an atmosphere so inviting that even Parisian locals end up chatting with their neighbors....et oui!
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."
Paris-based entrepreneur Salomé Jouan is the first to accept our challenge. The one to tell the truth. To reveal completely, fully and with strength. We hope that this text will resonate with you and thank her for having the courage to commit to authenticity. Finally, we look forward to hearing from you.
Since its début in 2015, the immensely successful This Girl Can campaign - funded by Sport England's National Lottery - has encouraged over 3 million women and girls of all shapes, sizes and levels of ability to get more active through motivating videos and community engagement.