Parker Day is a Los Angeles based artist whose work explores identity and the masks we wear. Her focus is on fictionalized portraiture shot in studio on 35mm film.
Student debt is often seen as a burden, but there’s a hidden flipside that few people acknowledge.
Part online fashion store, part philanthropic organization, and part vehicle for its founder’s own personal development, Maryana Bilski’s BunnyJack is a unique NYC-based enterprise with a backstory nearly as curious as its name.
Known as the “Witch of Wall Street,” Hetty Green was the richest woman in the United States in the late 19th century.
For many with student loan debt, the American Dream isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.
Charlotte Perriand was the creative force behind some of Le Corbusier’s best-known designs. Her story sheds light on the gender pay gap that follows us today.
In 2014, Janet Yellen became the first female chair of the Federal Reserve—a historic appointment, given that women make up less than 30 percent of the economic field.
Founded in 2012, The New York Toy Collective was born out of two queer womens’ quest for the perfect dildo.
For many professional women, managing finances seems like an uphill battle. Here’s how to do it right.
In 2020, Harriet Tubman will make history as the first woman on major U.S. currency.
Holly Suzanne Rader has dedicated the last years to creating a cast of fierce females in form of collage paintings of starlets & models from a bygone era.
Elizabeth Karp-Evans is a writer and editor living in New York. Her latest endeavor is Pacific, a design and publishing studio founded with Adam Turnbull.
During the Revolutionary War, Abigail Adams turned her husband’s position as an American diplomat in France into an entrepreneurial opportunity of her own.
The first American woman to become a self-made millionaire, Madame C.J. Walker made her money by creating a line of hair products for African American hair.