Interview of Claire and Tennessee by Freya Bennett // We pit women against each other every second of every day, and it’s very important to me to support other people who are fighting the good fight. It’s unhealthy, destructive and simply misogynistic to compete against other similar communities.Read More
Interview of Dasola, Emma, Tessa, Sariena, Elena by Sophie Van Bastelear // Girls supporting other girls and helping them rise. [That’s] a common goal with all human beings, but especially with women and especially in terms of career and being in the industry.
Interview with Larissa Ocampo by Freya Bennett // One Girl is a non profit committed to changing the world by educating girls. We believe that every girl on the planet has the right to an education.Read More
Interview of Madeline Stuart by Carly Findlay // The media recently called her “the world’s most famous and only professional adult model with Down Syndrome”. Madeline has recently been the face of Glossgirl Cosmetics, named 2015 Model of the Year at the Melange fashion show in San Francisco, has appeared on dozens of TV shows worldwide, and is in demand from countless designers and fashion shows.Read More
Interview of Holly Sanchez by Sophie Pellegrini // You don’t have to look very far to find a need in your community, and even if it’s something as small as a tweet to get people thinking and talking about it, it can be a catalyst for a much larger conversation.Read More
Interview of Alanna Wall by Belinda Valdes // Polished Girlz is important because it allows the girls with special needs and that are in the hospital to feel a little bit better by making them feel more confident.Read More
Interview of Jarrah and Bianca by Sophie Pellegrini // Featuring photographs by Anna Cunningham // More and more people want to see diverse bodies, more reality in fashion imagery, more socially conscious practices from labels.Read More
Interview by Laneikka Denne // I’ve always wanted to be an artist. But when I studied art history at school and even at university, it didn’t seem that there was any such thing as a ‘female artist.’Read More