6 Amazing Feminists Inspired Us

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Feminism is the growing focus in the world. We really appreciate those women fighting for their deserved and being advocators to make a better world. Here are the illustrations of those women that inspire us. Hope you like it :) 

 

1.  Coco Chanel — Fashion fades, only style remains the same. 

Coco created the classic Chanel No.5 that every woman get fascination in the century.  After the WWI, she was kind of fashion designer then and firstly introduced casual look for the women with clothing materials for men. She created a new era for women fashion, with elegance and classic.

 

2. Zaha Hadid — Yes, I’m a feminist, because I see all women as smart, gifted and tough.  

It is never easy for a female to get a place or even international reputation in a male-dominant working field (architecture). However, Zaha made it with her innovative mind and bravery to destroy the tradition, like her design with dynamic power, e.g. London Aquatics Centre in United Kingdom.  She was the first Arab woman who received the Pritzker Architecture Prize and the first woman to be awarded the RIBA Gld Medal in her own right. However, she was died in 2016 due to heart attack.  

 

3. Emma Watson — If not me, then who? If not now, then when ?  

Emma Watson is glamorous in front of the cameras and achieves remarkable success in her study and  career. In 2014, she was appointed as a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador and delivered a speech for “HeForShe” campaign. As a feminist, there is always a great power for their responsibility to feminism and to the world. Emma advocates the self-determination and gender equality.  

 

4. Malala Yousafzai — One child, One teacher, One Book and One pen can change the world. 

Malala wrote her daily life as an anonymous BBC blogger, even under the threat of Taliban at the age of 11. Nothing could stop her even she was shot by the gunman of Taliban and nearly died. Moreover, she showed the world that nervousness could not solve the problem, while education to the children can change the world. She was then featured as one of “The 100 Most Influential People in the World” and was the youngest Nobel laureate.  

 

5.  Victoria Beckham — I used to feel famous, but now I feel successful. 

Victoria is renowned and successful in her multi-role journey, as a singer, model, fashion designer, entrepreneur and mother of four. She is hard-working and confident to jump out of her comfort zone and establish a brand new her, with new roles. She is definitely a role model to all female in the world.  

 

6. Audrey Hepburn — Elegance is the only beauty that never fades

Andrey is an icon over the decades with her gorgeous outlook and elegance attitude. However, she didn’t think she is pretty, as she thought the makeup only modifies the appearance whereas pretty is actually from the internal and from kind heart. She proved it to all of us with her contribution to the humanitarian work in the UNICEF.