08.03.18 - That's Interesting


From models to role models

Mattel celebrates the 2018 International Women’s day by inspiring young generation with accomplished female role models by its Shero and Inspiring Women™ series. 17 baby dolls will be released soon honouring the renowned and accomplished modern-day role models as well as the iconic historical figures such as fine artist, activist Frida Kahlo, aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart and NASA mathematician and physicist Katherine Johnson.

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Female makeover for brands

Creative Equals draws attention to the imbalance of gender currently present in the creative industries by changing various world-famous male logos to unapologetically female versions. Ali Hanan, founder of Creative Equals wants us to imagine a world beyond not-so-silently masculine.

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Pink Beer for Equality? 

Brewdog recently released the ‘Pink Ale’, a move to stand for diversity and the narrowing the gender pay gap. The brand bottled their Punk IPA ale in a pink package and decided to donate 20% of the sales over the 4 weeks in March. Despite the brand's intentions, the stunt has been negatively received by many who believe it is, in fact, perpetuating the stereotypes it claims to be against.

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Get your glow on

Knours is a special skincare brand with clean ingredients that caters only to women, providing eecommendations at different points in a woman’s hormonal cycle.. A small yet effective 8-product line helps women get through the chaotic higher progesterone days every month. They also have an app that works as a personal skincare assistant.

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