Women’s day is a very important day for fashion, after all fashion is a woman’s forte. The celebration of the female sex and everything associated with her for fashion and women are terms that follow each other. Internationally known designers like Donatella Versace are real role models for women in every field, for she not only heads one of the biggest fashion houses in the world Versace, but she is a talented designer and a hard worker. She balances her work and personal life and is quoted to have said, “I go from a full working day to making sure i am home for dinner with my kids. I couldn’t do that in a 10 cm mini skirt but i am not going to resort to sweatpants and an old sweatshirt.” After all, being a woman is no easy task, but we do know how to have fun with it by dressing to please.
Another female role model would be pop princess Rihanna, who is a symbol for strong women all over the world, recently revealed her line for the brand River Island. The collection consists of designs quite similar to the singer’s personal style. Rihanna is a symbol of female power as she was featured in Time Magazine’s World’s 100 Most Influential People in 2012. She has overcome a great deal in her personal life, the worst being her brutal assault by boyfriend Chris Brown in 2009. She not only regained her public image but also made an album a year later, and continues to reinvent her music. She is one of the most beautiful and most watched women in the world, from her changing her hairstyles to her punk-bohemian clothes. Fashion critics can’t get enough of her, and she continues to be a fashion idol for many. She believed in herself and has come so far, and is true inspiration for women everywhere.
Here’s to a great women’s day for all the ladies out there, after all in this crazy world one must always dress to be the best, whether it’s at home or at the work place. Like Yves Saint Laurent once said, “I have always believed that fashion was not to make women feel more beautiful, but also to reassure them, give them confidence.”