New York City is Breaking the Glass Ceiling on Equality for Women in the Arts, in Business and in Everyday Life

New York City is Breaking the Glass Ceiling on Equality for Women in the Arts, in Business and in Everyday Life

Feminism in the United States isn’t a new concept. It’s ‘first wave’ came in the 19th and early 20th century. As Roberta Gold shares in her paper "I Had Not Seen Women like That Before”, young feminists in the 1960s and 1970s didn’t need to look far to have successful women to look up to [...]

Rue Saint Paul Is Making Women Re-Think Their Relationship with the Things in Their Closet and in Their Home

Rue Saint Paul Is Making Women Re-Think Their Relationship with the Things in Their Closet and in Their Home

On Sunday, February 10th, I met up with Kelly Wang, founder and owner of Rue Saint Paul at the Canal Street Market in Chinatown, NYC. We talked about her boutique's current month-long pop-up shop, how she got her start, and where she hopes to see her brand grow in the next few years. Rue Saint [...]