Fashion Snoops Culture: Women’s March
Un bellissimo reportage del servizio d'ispirazione online FASHION SNOOPS che evidenziava la Women’s March contro le violenze, tenuta nel gennaio 2017:
The Women’s March in January kicked 2017 off to an influential start, setting the tone of female empowerment for this year and the future ahead.
Trump’s election set off a catalyst effect among women everywhere to continue to break the glass ceiling. Although we are yet to have a female president of the United States, there were a number of victories for women in the government including Nevada electing the first Latina senator in US history, Oregon electing the US’s first LGBT governor, and California electing the first Indian-American to serve in the US Senate, to name a few.
The fashion industry also witnessed great strides for women.
Maria Grazia Chiuri became the first female Creative Director in Dior’s seventy year history, and Clare Waight Keller became the first female head of Givenchy.
The push for female leadership and closing the pay gap is one of the driving forces behind women's co-working spaces, women focused financial services, and the rise of feminist publications.
All of these cultural indicators are bringing attention to how strong the women’s movement is today and how much stronger women are together.