09 Mar INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
As a top health and beauty PR agency based in London, we’ve been celebrating International Women’s Day in the Alex Silver PR office by talking about the women that inspire us the most.
Whilst our fabulous team spend their days surrounded by some of the most ground-breaking and innovative beauty, skincare, haircare and tanning brands in the UK and globally, we know that makeup and matriarchy go hand in hand!
The women we’re celebrating are powerful influencers in the worlds of fashion, style, entertainment, social media and beauty. They have agency and prowess and they fight for everything from equal pay, to maternity and abortion rights, and love breaking down the patriarchy whilst wearing bronzer and Balmain.
We went around our Central London office, and asked the team which women have always been there for them:
Our Director, Alex Silver has always been inspired by Dame Joan Collins,
“Not only is she a true legend, the most glamourous icon…ever! She has a heart a gold, and does some amazing work for so many charities, and also has given me some of the best beauty advice; one of my favourites is that a thin film of Vaseline over your front teeth is a lifesaver when wearing a red lip!”
That’s the sort of beauty advice we need Alex!
Alice, an Account Executive at our office, sees Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as a constant source of inspiration,
“She’s so effortlessly stylish and beautiful, and despite having facial architecture that could topple the Eiffel Tower, she fiercely champions the idea that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes and really cares about diversity in fashion.”
Socially conscious and sickeningly stylish, Rosie and Alice have a lot in common!
Bianca, ASPR Account Manager in the office, has always been guided by the painfully funny Joanna Lumley,
“Not only was she my favourite character in Absolutely Fabulous, she is also my style icon and has done so much charity work, she’s just the epitome of elegance and holds the attention of any room she walks into.”
Bianca, we’ve given up beauty before, it was the worst eight hours of our lives.