International Women's Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women's Day, is marked on March 8 every year.
Video: SOME WORDS TO MAKE A CHANGE - produced by Mann & Miller - Directed by Jan lisman
SOME WORDS TO MAKE A CHANGE
Directed by Jan Lisman for the International Women's Day - Creative director: Rosalie Miller
In tribute to "womankind" contemporary artist Jan Lisman created the evocative symbol "Art Beat". The emblem expresses the need to adopt a different way of thinking, a call to action seeking to inspire an energized and feminine way of thinking.
In celebration of International Women's Day (Unesco - March 8th) during the Fall/Winter 2013 Paris Fashion week, Mann & Miller produced the short film 'Some Words to Make A Change' directed by Jan Lisman. The film stars several female fashion insiders with a text written by Ash Bhalla and performed by Dolores Chaplin, the movie poetically articulates the aspirations underlying Jan Lisman's "Art Beat".
Original text written by:
Mann & Miller
Orel Simon for SPOA * FILMS
Josephine de la Baume
Caroline de Maigret
Special Thanks to:
Jean Thierry Besins
La Maison Michel
Vogue Cover of March 2013, The Bible of Fashion:
U.S.A - Paris (France) - Italy - United Kingdom - Russia - Germany - Spain - Netherlands - Portugal - Ukraine - Turkey - Mexico - Brazil - Australia - India - Japan - China - Korea - Thailand - Taiwan
Vogue Korea is releasing five covers for their March 2013 issue this is extra special for this is the magazine’s 200th issue since they first published in July 1996 (with the August issue). The images are shot in black and white by Daniele Duella and Iango Henzi and the cover models are Saskia de Brauw, Joan Smalls, Doutzen Kroes, Kati Nescher and Daria Strokous.
Models Doutzen Kroes, Kati Nescher and Saskia de Brauw poses for the March covers of Vogue Germany magazine photographed by Daniel Jackson.
Vogue Australia March Special Collector Issue, Lara Stone is the first of Five.
"As we celebrate the launch of our five-part Model Series, with Lara Stone gracing the cover for the first issue, we take a look back at the original supermodels and the photographer who helped shape their images. Christy, Linda, Naomi, Cindy and Tatjana ruled the catwalks and pretty much anywhere else they deigned to walk, while super-snapper Peter Lindbergh was ever-present, capturing countless iconic photographs."
"I am thrilled to have Lara Stone grace the cover of Vogue Australia," says editor-in-chief Edwina McCann. "Her face is synonymous with our times, that gap between her front teeth and her beautiful curves are unforgettable. For the first of our five-part Model Series we took the unusual decision to run a headshot on the cover – when it comes to Lara, her face says it all."
The five-part Model Series can be kept in an exclusive Vogue Australia collector's box presented by David Jones, which will be available from March. For a full list of newsagencies that are stocking the limited edition box.
Scenes from the Film: Model (1991), Direction: Peter Lindbergh, Models: Tatjana Patitz, Cindy Crawford, Stephanie Seymour, Linda Evangelista and Naomi Campbell. Video