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1. This week, we've been back on the west coast to celebrate The Working Woman's Handbook in the company of some our original friends and supporters (if you don't know the founding story of The WW Club, check out this piece from the press archives!) Thanks so much to Beats by Dre for supporting - you can stream the (all-women) playlist I created especially for the evening on Apple Music over here.
2. The bad news? The Working Woman's Handbook tour has almost come to an end. The good news? We're going out with a bang! I am so, so excited to go back to Mexico City - my new favourite place on earth - to host a celebration at the stunning Habita Hotel in collaboration with Tuza Jewelry aka the brand behind that vagina pendant necklace and those gold hoops. We have an incredible panel of women speaking so if you're in DF, or know anyone who might be, come through. Full details over here.
3. Milk Makeup just launched a new editorial platform - called VIBES, appropriately enough - and I'm honoured to be the first subject of its Book Club. Read the full interview over here.
4. 62% of Sephora's tech workers are women (vs. 23% of at the top Silicon Valley companies). Unsurprisingly, it seems to be going pretty well for them. Wall Street Journal offers further explanation as to why.
5. Last week, London-based creative website It's Nice That marked World Mental Health Day by gathering creatives from across the worlds of graphic design, illustration, art, film and more for a one day takeover of the site. I was honoured to be included in their number bysharing this excerpt for the book, which covers self-care strategies for success.
Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait at MoMa explories the prints, books, and creative process of the celebrated sculptor.
Jasper Johns, one of the world's most influential living artists, is shown at the RA until December 10th.
The Working Woman's Handbook tour ends here on October 26th and I couldn't be more excited. Tell a friend to tell a friend.