It’s just a dress. But its iconic absence of color have made it fashionable and versatile for 90 years. Here’s our tribute to the little black dress, whether elegant, provocative, long, short, narrow or wide.
Date31.10.2016 | 11:08
TagsAnita Ekberg, Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Catherine Deneuve, Coco Chanel, Edith Piaf, fashion, La Dolce Vita, Lady Diana, little black dress, Marilyn Monroe, Tina Turner, women, women's rights, Yves Saint Laurent
Being a plumber is still usually a “man’s job” across the world. But in Jordan, one woman is breaking that mold. And that in a country where only a tiny fraction of women go out to work at all.
Date29.10.2016 | 22:35
Mr. Albinism Kenya: ‘Finally we achieved something.’ Kenya has just crowned its first ever Mr. and Miss Albinism. In a region where people living with albinism live in fear of ritual killings, the beauty pageant offered a rare chance for them to show their talents.
Date29.10.2016 | 21:55
Tagsafrica, Albinism, Jarius Ongetta, Kenya, Loise Lihanda, Miss Albinism, Mr. Albinism, Nairobi, women's rights
French microbiologist Emmanuelle Charpentier developed so-called “enzyme scissors” for altering DNA quickly, simply, and precisely. The discovery has signaled the start of a new era in genetic Engineering.
Date29.10.2016 | 21:35
TagsDNA, Emmanuelle Charpentier, enzyme scissors, science, women in leadership, women in science, women's rights
Date29.10.2016 | 20:51
TagsApple queen, Bavarian sausage queen, Beauty queen, beer quee, Fair queen, fashion, Germany, Heather queen, Mountain pasture queen, Rose queen, Strawberry queen, wine queen, women