Today, on Women's Day, we're celebrating and remembering all the amazing women out there, past and present. We remember how, since the march of 9 August 1956, the world has progressed for women, but we also remember how much progress still has to be made.
We've chatted to a few of the women in our lives to find out what they're celebrating about being a woman in 2018...
We love celebrating females in the entrepreneurial space. This month we chat to Hannah McCarthy. Hannah is an Interior Designer and the Founder of the Dockyard Collective, which is a creative space that’s home to a collection of local brands, including Kaali.
Read on to see what Hannah has to say about her entrepreneurial journey, her inspiration for the Dockyard Collective and of course, an interior design tip or two.
We find so much joy in connecting with and learning from remarkable females who we meet on our journey. In our second in our series of Q&A’s, we chat to Refiloe Seseane. Refiloe is the Founder of 18twenty8, which is an award-winning, women-led non-profit organisation that empowers young women between the ages of 18 and 28 by developing strategies for their educational and personal development. Have a read to see what Refiloe has to say about entrepreneurship, female upliftment and thoughts on what we could easily do to make a difference in this world. PS: During the month of May, in celebration of our 1st birthday, 10% of all our online sales will be donated to 18twenty8.
We're inspired by strong, creative females who dare to take risks and put action to their dreams; despite what society deems to be the norm. In our first in a series of Q&A's we chat to Sarah-Jane Thomas. Born and bred in Cape Town, Sarah-Jane is a fashion and lifestyle model and a professional singer. She forms half of the female duo, G and T. Read on to see what she has to say about style, career and all the bits in-between.