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Women at The Helm

The Gender Pleasure Gap is Real. Meet the Woman Who’s Closing It.

Dame Products co-founder and CEO Alexandra Fine is reimagining the sex-tech industry, one wearable vibrator at a time.

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Women at The Helm

Can Home Essentials Brand Snowe Really Provide Luxury at Attainable Prices? She’s Banking On It.

When creating their first home, Rachel Cohen found a gap in the home goods market. With the arrival of her sought-after D2C brand, she's bringing whole-home luxury solutions at affordable prices to the masses.

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Airport Food Will No Longer Suck. We Have Her to Thank.

Annabel Lawee's battle with Celiac's disease led to a game-changing idea: Make airport food not suck. This month, that idea becomes a reality as healthy and wholesome on-demand options launch at LAX. Next stop: Airports nationwide.

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A New Beauty Brand for All Women Calls on Ancient African Rituals 

Mia Chae Reddy discusses the lack of inclusivity in the beauty industry and the story of the brand’s namesake African queen.

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From War Zones to C-Suites, Pat Mitchell Fought on Behalf of Women. A New Memoir Revisits the Ceilings Smashed Along the Way.

Pat Mitchell was the first female President of Turner Productions, CNN, PBS, and the Paley Center for Media. She won 37 Emmys, 5 Peabodys, and received two Academy Award Nominations. Currently, she chairs the Sundance Institute and Women’s Media Center boards and is a trustee of VDAY, the Skoll Foundation, and the Acumen Fund. But who is Pat Mitchell? In her memoir "Becoming a Dangerous Woman," the world finally finds out.

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Meet the Woman Taking the World of Champagne By Storm

Jen Pelka set-out to build the best champagne bar in the world and within a year had won Eater’s Wine Bar of the Year. Now, she's opening an NYC outpost and launching her own label.

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Her Menstrual Cups are De-Stigmatizing Periods, Challenging Taboos & Helping the Environment

Heli Kurjanen discusses Lunette's international expansion and her commitment to making menstruation mainstream.

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Trying to Find a “Nude” That Worked Led to Reforming The Shoe Industry, One Hue at a Time

Rebecca Allen discusses her eponymous line and building a footwear brand for all skin tones.

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Meet the Design Veteran Turned Crystal Healer Whose Studio is Reimagining Mindful Spaces

From clients like the Four Seasons to Taryn Toomey, The Cristalline's celebrated design studio, helmed by co-founders Rashia Bell & Elizabeth Kohn, is further proof that crystals have moved into the mainstream—for good. 

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Meet The Woman Rewriting The Rules of Denim

Having to choose between fit and comfort should be a non-negotiable. Kelly Urban—one half of the founding-duo of AMO—is on a mission to fulfill your denim-dreams, all in a sustainable fashion.

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Ariel Kaye

In Just Five Years, Ariel Kaye Created the Most Coveted Bedding Brand on the Market

She raised $30 million, opened a new 17,000-square-foot HQ, and plans to open her 20th store by 2020. Meet the brains behind Parachute.

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Turning Film into Social Change: How One Woman’s Company is Leading the Charge

Picture Motion's impact campaigns are turning the film industry on its head. Here, founder Christie Marchese shares her affection for storytelling, why the word “community” has become an advertising buzzword (and not in a good way), and how true education comes from learning other peoples’ life stories.

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