In celebration of International Women's Day we have released the Debbie Femme Earrings, with
25% of proceeds to be donated to the SHIFT Project in Byron Bay, helping women transition from homelessness to independence.
The Debbie Femme Earrings were inspired by the late 70s and Studio 54, when Debbie Harry danced the nights away, and the women's liberation movement was on the rise.
Our new editorial features Matilda Dods, photographed by Tess Leopold and makeup by Angie Barton, with words by our team of collaborators on what being a woman in 2020 means to them.
“There is no one way to be a woman, the beauty and complexity of womanhood is found in its adaptability and creativity. For me, what it means to be a woman is to allow myself to revel in this process and to celebrate and appreciate the endless forms that womanhood takes”
MATILDA DODS, MODEL
“I think it’s a time to be very proud of being a woman, our generation have created a strong, clear voice and have proven that we are courageous and also incredibly supportive of each other.”
SHARONA HARRIS, DESIGNER & OWNER F+H
“I think it's about bringing heart and soul - being - into all the doing in this world. So fast, so disposable, so chaotic……. we need to practice kindness, being in relationship with one and all.“
JULIE WELLS, CO-FOUNDER SHIFT PROJECT
"Being a woman is powerful, beautiful and humbling. To teach my daughters to be kind, to treat Mother Nature with love and to give them a voice, is my focus for 2020"
ANGIE BARTON, MAKEUP ARTIST
"Being a woman is a forever evolving journey that involves love, passion, family, strength, softness and resilience. To always strive to nurture oneself and those around you simultaneously...which is certainly a hard feat at times!"
TESS LEOPOLD, PHOTOGRAPHER
MODEL - MATILDA DODS
PHOTOGRAPHER - TESS LEOPOLD
MAKEUP - ANGIE BARTON
STYLING - SHARONA HARRIS