Flared-sleeve dresses | Warming pie recipes | Velvet bedding | Easy-to-use liquid eyeliners


Support women artists and raise money for charity with these limited-edition prints

Here at Stylist, we celebrate women every single day of the year. But with International Women's Day dedicated to uplifting, protecting and educating women and girls across the world, we couldn't be more on board with Glassette's brand new collection of 12 limited-edition prints by women artists – with 100% of profits from every sale throughout March going to The Magpie Project, an east London-based charity that supports mothers and young children who are at risk of homelessness.

Available exclusively on the online platform, the prints will effortlessly add interest and personality to any bare walls you're itching to fill. From an abstract portrait by Amelia Rose Potts and a statement still-life by Natalia Bagniewska, to a signature watercolour by Tuft Luck, the specially created artworks all explore female experiences and celebrate the beauty and complexity of being a woman. Catching our eye is Bristol-based Kelly Jay's Ray of Light (£40), with the colourful print inspired by dreams, positive thinking and embracing equity, while London artist Lucy Mahon's The Sun – It Changes Everything (£50) is particularly speaking to us right now as we impatiently wait for spring to arrive. When it comes to this particular IWD initiative, it's 10/10, no notes. From £35, glassette.com

Whether you're gifting for International Women's Day, Mother's Day or treating yourself, these buys go above and beyond to support and empower women 
John Lewis / £65
Trapeze Dress
Get ahead on your spring wardrobe, with £5 donated to The Prince's Trust from every John Lewis & Partners dress sold today
buy now
The White Company / £49
Designed for the occasion by founder Chrissie Rucker OBE, £20 from each of these necklaces will go to #ChangeAGirlsLife
buy now
PENGUIN / £9.99
In this sensational debut, iconic heroine Elizabeth Zott inspires a legion of 1960s women to disrupt the status quo
buy now
Flowerbx / £45
dutch tulips
Here to brighten up endless grey days, £5 from every bouquet will be donated to the Women Supporting Women Campaign
buy now
Hush / £35
Women Unite T-Shirt
Yes, you do need another slogan T-shirt – especially when £10 from the sale will support Women for Women International
buy now
WAT the brand / £40
empowered candle
Striving to be just as empowering as its name, 10% of this ylang ylang and bergamot candle's price goes to Smart Works
buy now

Boho style, but make it sophisticated – 11 chic flared-sleeve dresses to shop now
find out more

Be inspired by a roster of inspirational women at this incredible weekend festival

International Women's Day may be today, but with this year's Women Of The World event taking place this weekend, the festivities are being well and truly stretched out for a few more days – and you won't hear us complaining. Back for its 13th edition, the three-day event brings together a powerhouse roster of speakers in celebration of women, girls and non-binary people. Taking over the Southbank Centre this Friday to Sunday, acclaimed author of Bad Feminist and 2019 Stylist guest editor Roxane Gay will claim centre stage on Sunday evening in a discussion on all things modern feminism – but she's not alone. 

Saturday night sees sexpert and The Big O author Oloni present a no-holds-barred talk on sex, orgasms, love and relationships, while earlier in the day, activist, model, writer and broadcaster Munroe Bergdorf returns to the festival to discuss her life-affirming book Transitional. Elsewhere, actor Lucy Boynton will be interviewing author Liv Little, plus Stephanie Yeboah, Laura Bates, Sali Hughes and many more will all be taking to the stage, with the weekend covering vital issues such as the impact of the cost of living crisis on women, body image, activism, revenge porn, and if fillers are anti-feminist. More insightful than your usual weekend Netflix binge and definitely more inspiring… 10-12 March; from £10; Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London SE1

3 warming recipes that prove the traditional pie is anything but boring
read more
Beat the cold snap with these 9 velvet duvets, quilts and bedding sets
read more

Subscribe to Stylist's weekly curation of the best TV, films, documentaries and more, and you'll never wonder 'What should I watch?' again
Sign Up Now
Sign up for workouts, nutritious recipes and expert tips, plus our Strong Women magazine with expert advice on building strength & resilience sent to your inbox.
Sign Up Now
FYI, we may make revenue on affiliate links contained in this email.
Image credits: Stylist Loves; Polka Pants by Tuft Luck; Spring Dance by Rosie Harbottle; Queens by Poppy BH; Rainbow by Natalia Bagniewska; Stylist; Chantelle Nash; Bella Chirico; copyright © Rob Wicks 2023; TSG
© The Stylist Group Ltd


Posts les plus consultés de ce blog

Chris Ramsey can take the heat, but what would relegation for QPR mean for black managers in the Premier League?

'Game of Thrones' gave fans of Missandei and Grey Worm something to love tonight