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Welcome the arrival of Spring and honour International Women’s’ Day with the latest exhibition at 508 Gallery which opens on 8 March, the day we celebrate economic, social, cultural and political achievements of women around the world.

The exhibition, a collection of works by 15 artists from nine countries including Belgium, Italy, Morocco, Switzerland and France, celebrates women regardless of their race or nationality. Explore paintings, digital art and sculptures of unique styles, techniques and conceptual ideas which have merged together to create a collaborative exhibition full of colour and passion.

On display 8-20 March, 508 Gallery SW10 0LD.


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International Women’s Day at Anthropologie

Celebrate International Women’s Day on 8 March at Anthropologie with an intimate Q&A on dressing with confidence. Workwear columnist and SmartWorks Ambassador, Isabel Spearman and Red Magazine’s Fashion Director at Large, Nicola Rose will be on hand offering you their expert advice on how best to style your work wardrobe.

Tickets cost £10 and all proceeds go to SmartWorks; the charity providing high-quality interview clothes, styling advice and interview training to vulnerable women re-entering the workplace. You will also be able to redeem your £10 on purchases of £20 or more.

Book your spot here.


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International Women’s Day

This International Women’s Day, the honouring of the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women, can be celebration at Kensington Palace.

Discover more about the women who lived at the Palace and how they helped to change society through pop-up tasks and even tea and cake in Queen Victoria’s bedroom.

Tickets included in Palace admission.


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Eve in Khaki: Women in the British Army 1917-1948

Join Professor Lucy Noakes on 2 March as she discusses the key role women played in Britain in both wars in the early 20th Century.

From the formation of the Women’s’ Army Auxiliary Corps in 1917 to the creation of the Auxiliary Territorial Service in 1938, women worked alongside men in the British Army; freeing many men for the front line. Although there was wide recognition of necessity for women’s military employment, there also happened to be widespread resistance shaped by patriarchal concerns.

Lucy Noakes will trace women’s work alongside the British Army and highlight their constraints driven by the wider areas of gender roles in wartime in this fantastic free talk.


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The Fold has arrived

Luxury women’s brand, The Fold, is set to open very soon in Chelsea. Offering a clean and modern aesthetic, the designs come with an impeccable finish and durability and are set to embrace and inspire the professional woman. From luxury merino knits, solutions to the ‘smart-casual’ dilemma and the answer for desk-to-dinner, The Fold’s unique and indulgent designs are becoming every professional woman’s’ wardrobe essential.

Their doors open on 26 February where you will be able to shop the full selection and receive 1-to-1 styling sessions from their personal stylists. From the week of 5 March, they will be hosting a number of events to celebrate their  opening but also to inspire and advise women.

5 March: Join for a coffee with their founder between 10am and midday, Polly McMaster, at their store bar as she chats about running your own brand, dressing successful women and the opening of their new store.

7 March: From 12-4pm, enjoy an afternoon tea with the head designer and take a sneak peak at the new season.

8 March: Book your ticket for this exclusive launch event between 6-9pm to take part in an evening of networking, drinks, canapés and a discussion of careers, passions and progression. Gaby Roslin will present the evening in celebration of International Women’s Day. Tickets cost £15 and all proceeds go to Smart Works.

9 March: Between 2-6pm, personal stylists will be on hand to answer your style dilemmas and Steph Collins, make-up pro, will be there with all her tips. Take part in sessions helping you on various dilemmas, ‘desk to dinner’ and the art of power dressing.

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