International Women’s Day has and will always inspire to empower every woman

A celebration of womanhood around the globe and all their achievements, International Women’s Day now clearly holds a remarkable place in the world. This day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities. With all the passing years, this day is given more respect and every woman is now taking her steps towards a better she! What better way to celebrate the day than sharing and knowing more about all those powerful women who dreamed big and have achieved it.


Deepika Padukone

The sassy diva of Bollywood who is known for her excellent work and the way she carries herself. She is a wonderful actress and also got a million-dollar smile. She has suffered depression and fiminity problem. She struggled and fighted against it and made herself a more better person. She also runs an NGO named The Live Life And Laugh Foundation.


Priyanka Chopra

She is an Indian film actress, singer and winner of the Miss World in 2000. The diva is making the entire world proud of her. The diva said ” Despite being Miss World, it was extremely difficult for me to make a place in Bollywood. And now I really want to take chances with new talents and open the doors for them, be it musicians, directors, scriptwriters, actors.”



Also known as Chandani and Amitabh Bachchan of Bollywood. The woman with the expressive smile and her amazing personality. She is the first female actress to have earned the tag of being a superstar. She started her career at four years old.


Anita Dongre

One of the most experienced lady in the Fashion world. Anita Dongre is recognised for her aesthetic of effortless luxury. She was born in a traditional Indian household where women played all the stereotypical roles that society expects them to. But despite being born in a traditional household, she had different plans for herself.


Sonaakshi Raaj

Her Label – is Synonymous with opulence. The only intention of the designer is to create glamorous ensembles. The Designer has been named as the Sari-Gown specialist by VOGUE India and rated as one of the top 25 young designers by VOGUE’S radar.


Masaba Gupta

The designer is known for her quirky prints and vivacious colour palette, Masaba Gupta is one of India’s most-loved designers. She believes “Collect your scars and build them into something beautiful.”


Sophia Loren

Known as the queen of sex appeal, the Italian actress inspired Hollywood and fashion alike with her timeless flair.


Irene Rosenfeld

This leading business-woman serves as a role model for ambitious and aspiring women. Irene’s career saw a new high, when she joined Kraft Foods as its CEO in 2006.


Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza remains an enigma who has managed to wade through her stream of struggles, staying afloat despite the obstacles which promised to push her down. She refused to lose hope, and continued to believe in herself.


Serena Willams

Serena Williams is one of the most renowned and established names in the world tennis circle. Immensely talented and skilled player, she throws away a power packed performance every time.


Sania Nehwal

She became the first Indian badminton player to win a BWF Series event and continued to impress on her way to winning the gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in 2010.


Indra Nooyi

Indra Nooyi, CEO Pepsi Co has scripted a success story that showcases women are more stronger. She has also proven that no matter who you are or where you come from if you have a dream then all you need is the will and determination to achieve it.

International Women's Day _ Style GodsThis year, this special day has come up with the major issue of Equality and Progress. There has never been a more important time to keep motivated and #PressforProgress. And with global activism for women’s equality fuelled by movements like #MeToo, #TimesUp and more – there is a strong global momentum striving for gender parity.

“Here’s to a strong woman. May we know them. May we be them. May we raise them.”


Happy Woman’s Day.

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