INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY 2022
We are partnering with award-winning podcast ‘Second Life’ on a four-part series hosted by the co-founder of Who What Wear, Hillary Kerr. Every week, Kerr will be speaking with a special guest on career-related topics to inform, inspire, and empower fellow women.
Not one to shy away from tough topics, Kerr will dive deep and understand how each guest has overcome hurdles in their careers and continue working towards professional fulfillment. The first episode of the podcast will be released on 21 February 2022 via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Art19. Subsequent episodes will be released every following Monday.
In line with the International Women’s Day 2022 campaign theme, we have rallied our friends and family to join the movement and spread the message about breaking the bias against women. They show their support by striking the official #BreakTheBias pose and encouraging their friends and followers to do the same on social media.
Stay tuned to this space to see what the official #BreakTheBias pose looks like and participate in the movement.
Lily May Mac
Content creator Lily May Mac shows solidarity for breaking the bias against women.
Content creator Tara Whiteman shows her commitment to forging a more inclusive world by joining the #BreakTheBias movement.
Bernadette Belle Ong
As a former Miss Universe contestant, Bernadette Belle Ong is no stranger to sisterhood and women’s empowerment. She makes a statement about gender equality by striking the #BreakTheBias pose.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, content creator Alisha Donnell wants to encourage everyone to embrace diversity and break the bias against women.
Content creator Kiara King hopes to create a fairer world for women, where diversity is valued and celebrated.
In keeping with this year's International Women's Day ‘Break The Bias’ theme , digital creator Sherri Ashlee encourages everyone to play their part in advancing gender equality in their communities and workplaces.
As a brand that prides itself on celebrating and encouraging women to be bold and beautiful in their own ways, we are inspired by Dress For Success’s continuous mission to empower women. Therefore, we will be making both monetary and in-kind donations to the nonprofit organisation and its programme – Your Hour, Her Power.
The donations will benefit Dress for Success’s affiliates in and around the world, supporting their network of professional and life coaches, styling services, and development tools that will help their beneficiaries face their job search with confidence and achieve economic advancement.
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