“An International Women’s Day message, from us & our community of bad ass, creative women”
International Women’s Day is arguably the most important day of the year for us at Lethally Her. However, female empowerment is something we both practice and preach every day of the year. Our platform’s core values are rooted in celebrating the achievements of other gyals and recognising the power and beauty of womanhood. Every day is International Women’s Day at LH HQ.
The world may have changed a lot since IWD began way back in the early 1900s, but the mission remains the same. We must use this day to celebrate influential figures in our lives, boast about our achievements and continue to fight for women’s rights and amplify the voices of others.
We want to continue using our platform in the same way we first imagined it, by uplifting women who are killing it in their industries. So, in the true spirit of IWD, it’s time to shine the spotlight on a few incredible gyals in our community - who continue to inspire us to be our baddest selves, every single day:
Watch Here: IWD21
TSASHA is a London based DJ with a unique multi-genre sound. A tastemaker at her finest, she consistently crosses boundaries with her genre-defying blends and impresses with her unique style and selections - truly one to watch!
Be sure to check out TSASHA’s soundcloud next time you’re tryna’ get lit!
Daisy Morris spent eight years working in creative agencies, fashion houses and events for some of the world’s biggest brands, before founding The Selfhood in 2020. She considers herself to be a massive empath (show her an advert of a cute baby and she will cry) but this is her marketing superpower.
Her ability to connect brands with their audience on a deep level, means she is an expert at building purpose-led links between businesses and their communities. Sure, she knows how to get you big sales results, but for her, it’s all about the feels.
If you ever have any questions about social media and ANYTHING digital, @the_self_hood has you covered!
Ella runs Sociella, a social media management and branding agency based in Brighton, which launched in October 2020. She has loved growing her audience (and meeting some badass women along the way!). “Helping women creatives with their online presence, whether it be through social media or their branding, has been so inspiring, and I’ve loved watching us all smash it on the daily!”
What song makes you feel like a bad bitch?: Destiny’s Child – Independent Women
If you have a creative biz, and you’re looking for advice on how to stand out from the crowd, Ella is the gyal for you! Find out more about her & her expertise over at https://www.sociella.co.uk/
Molly Hood is a Fashion Marketing & Communications student, in addition to being a lifestyle nano blogger, chatting all things sustainable fashion, beauty, self-care and travel. Her passion, creativity and enthusiasm are way beyond her years, and we see nothing but a bright future for her.
We recommend you keep an eye on Molly, and how she continues to kill it over the next few years. You can keep up to date with her on www.thelifeofmolly.com!
And in the words of Stefanie Sword-Williams, “Fuck Being Humble!” – it’s time for a little bit of promotion of the queens behind Lethally Her.
Renee is a multidisciplinary artist and creator exploring self-image, feminine identity & the female creative. Renee's creative career spans 10 years working within the fashion and media space with brands such as Nike, Adidas, Hypebeast, Insight, Lee Jeans, and Ksubi.
Renee is an advocate for mental health awareness as she is someone who struggles with her own mental health experiences.
Michelle is a serial entrepreneur that has built businesses within the fashion industry. Her first business was an open-access print space for people within the fashion industry, she also works as a producer for creative agency Paq, where her main responsibilities are the organisation of multiple competing projects, working with clients such as Converse, Warner music, Spotify, Depop, Burberry, Adidas, and Wray & Nephew.
Remember, “There is no limit, to what we, as women, can accomplish!”.
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