Look through rose-colored lens this Sunday, because we all deserve to feel ~flossy~ and bask in extravagance. Sunday mornings are for silk PJs, scented candles and everyone’s favourite meal of all time, brunch. Soak in luxe with our latest moodboard.
Have you ever been caught wearing Thrasher Magazine gear without a skateboard?
Yeah. Us either.
But *just in case* that has ever happened to you, pull some inspiration from these skater girls to wear it with ~pride~ next time.
Behind every successful woman is more women who inspired her, lifted her up and supported her throughout her career. This is exactly the case with Mariah Owen, a 22-year-old film producer/actor/writer. We recently caught up with her to talk about what it’s like to be a woman in a male-dominated industry, her new film M.F.A. and the five women who shaped her career. Read more about this up-and-coming producer under the cut!
International Women’s Day is all about girl power! Celebrate today with your fronds ’till the ond. Dance all night long, rage with your girl gang and go ~zig-a-zig-ah~ for these jams.
Ring the Beyoncé alarm, because today is International Women’s Day.
And it just so happens that it’s also the day our American sisters will go on a historic strike as part of “A Day Without A Woman.” Girl power is needed now more than ever, but attending the strike is a privilege because for many women, missing a day of work isn’t in the cards.
The 6ix will celebrate International Women’s Day in a march on March 11, starting at the University of Toronto’s Medical Sciences Building and ending with a fair inside Ryerson University’s Student Learning Centre.
Don’t feel ashamed if you can’t make it to a march. Luckily, there are still things you can do to to stand in solidarity, make your voice heard and feel empowered.
Aurora is everything we want to be, all rolled up into one little whimsical package. She floated into the studio one dreary afternoon not too long ago to fill our day with a little bit of magic, and a lot of funny FIRSTS.
Watch below as Aurora remembers some of her ~firsts~which include clown pants, Hannibal and her sister’s thong.
Drinking a cold glass of water, the first bite of a ripe grapefruit, a fresh cup of coffee—so many things give us ~energy~ in the morning to really kick start our day. Get energized with us this Sunday morning with our latest moodboard.
Last week, Paul Feig was announced as the distinguished artist for the American Film Institute Conservatory’s 2017 directing workshop for women. And we have some thoughts.
Don’t get us wrong—we love Paul Feig, and he clearly believes in making movies that challenge stereotypes about women. Just look at his list of credits—he directed Spy, Ghostbusters, The Heat, and Bridesmaids, and he also created the 1999 cult hit TV show Freaks and Geeks, a series where once-adversarial characters Lindsay Weir and Kim Kelly eventually become close friends and confidants.
But come on, AFI—there are dozens of incredibly talented female directors out there who we think could have fit the bill! Here are just a few: