THE TRIBE event took place on 26th January 2017 with Lancôme and performances by Shingai. Founded by Samata, doubling as both a quarterly evening and a collective, THE TRIBE brings together a curated phenomenal group of women to inspire, encourage and support each other in a celebratory atmosphere. Whether online through conversation, forum and engagement, or offline through events (intimate or large), THE TRIBE is about encouraging a shift in mindset.
Each evening hosted by THE TRIBE, women representing a plethora of industries including Fashion, Media, Business, Law, Food, Drink, Art & Design, Lifestyle, Sport & Entertainment, Science and Public Life, will come together in a positive space to celebrate the now and be supported with the positive mindset needed to tackle the future. The Golden Era has returned, and THE TRIBE defines it by celebrating who we are right now. More to come!
Throwback to our squad last Sunday at the #AliensLive performance at the Royal Albert Hall – makeup by @OliverMakeUpIsArt. I was talking to her about it (I'm about to start reading it myself) and Vivienne's new book is scorching to say the least and one of her most personal pieces yet. Vivienne Westwood began Get A Life, her online diary, in 2010 with an impassioned post about Native American activist Leonard Peltier. Since then, she has written two or three entries each month, discussing her life in fashion and her involvement with art, politics and the environment. Reading Vivienne's thoughts, in her own words, is as fascinating and provocative as you would expect from Britain's punk dame – a woman who always says exactly what she believes. I will always love how she speaks her mind without the intention to hurt or offend anyone. I've always believe you can be strong willed without being mean. Get A Life through any main book retailers. _______________________________________________________ #SheInspiresMe #GetALife #VivienneWestwood #AliensLive #RedCarpetGreenDress #TribeVibes #SuzyAmisCameron
Women for Women hosted a special dinner and online auction on Tuesday 25th October 2016, hosted by Blake’s Restaurant and sponsored by Tiffany and Co in London.
The intimate evening provided an opportunity to view the unique pieces of artwork available through a Harper’s Bazaar and Paddle8’s online auction, in aid of Women for Women International. Hosted by Hikari Yokoyama (creative consultant for arts & culture – trustee of @womenforwomenuk), 15 leading artists have come together to donate pieces in support of our work with women survivors of war. You can view the auction online here and find out why Samata supports Women for Women here.
Excited to be back from LA in time to attend this special dinner with my charity of choice for this year @WomenForWomenUK (helping women survivors of war) hosted by @BlakesHotel and sponsored by @TiffanyandCo. Viewing unique pieces of artwork from 15 leading artists including @unskilledworker, currently available through @BazaarUK and @Paddle8’s online auction, in aid of Women for Women International. Thank you for the invite @BritaFS. _______________________________________________________ #VirginiaChihota #RachelFeinstein @bazaaruk #ContemporaryArt #ArtForGood
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Founded in 1989, The Environmental Media Association (EMA) is a nonprofit organization that uses well-known activists in the entertainment industry to educate people about environmental issues and inspire others to protect our planet. Two major honorees of the evening included Jaden Smith, who attended with his family (Will, Jada, and Willow), and Shailene Woodley, the “Divergent” star who was arrested less than a week before the event for boldly protesting the North Dakota pipeline project, a project many agree infringes on Native American rights and presents an environmental disaster waiting to happen.
Luxury Chelsea boutique, ConSept holds a charity shopping event with Action For Children.
ConSept’s exclusive charity shopping event took place on Kings Road, welcoming the store’s clientele to peruse the luxury offering including Hermès, Versace, Baccarat, Julien Macdonald and Nicholas Oakwell. On the evening, ConSept donated 15% of all purchases made will be paid back to Action for Children. The event marks the exciting launch of ConSept’s exclusive collection with Nicholas Oakwell. ConSept will be the couturier’s first stockist and the evening will see ready-to-wear pieces from both the autumn/winter 2016 collection, as well as a selection of couture pieces.
Get details of Samata’s Look here.