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Printable designs like “Ain’t No Wifey“, “tr EAT YOUR GIRL RIGHT“, and “Torch Your Bra” set a comical yet confident tone and message for Dimepiece that has only grown more cogent with each new drop, and most recently, Dimepiece have linked up with the boys — Skrillex, OWSLA, and FREELIFE — for a collaborative campaign to coincide with the release of Bixel Boys’ appropriately titled single and music video, “Ain’t Your Girl”, premiered today via VICE’s Creators Project.
To get some background behind the three new pieces dropped on the Dimepiece webstore today, we invited designer Madisen Sowers and marketing coordinator Jasmine Chucuan over to NEST where our chat bounced around from the ethos of the brand to the impact of music on fashion to just how this perfectly timed, three-way collaboration between OWSLA, FREELIFE, and Dimepiece came to fruition. Can we get a brief overview of the brand and what you guys stand for?
Read on for select bits of our conversation with the ladies of Dimepiece along with photos of the “Ain’t Your Girl” collection below. Since the beginning, it’s been all about girl power; everything we do is for women.
I believe we can get all women to be as confident as they deserve to be,” she told at Cannes.
“The potential of women is unlimited no matter what field they are in.” Shelley Zalis, who founded The Ipsos Girls’ Lounge as a “sisterhood” to support and encourage women in the marketing industry, agreed that empowerment is crucial for pulling more females into the spotlight.
“Not only acting like a girl, but also bringing girl power is very important,” she said.“A woman who wants to be a man is a waste of a woman.” What challenges do female leaders face as they work their ways up?Facebook’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, is not the only female leader who asks women to lean in.Senior marketing executives from Procter & Gamble and The Ipsos Girls’ Lounge also encourage women to achieve their ambitions.Fama Francisco, the woman behind Procter & Gamble’s “Like A Girl” campaign and the company’s vice president and general manager, shared her thoughts on how to get girls and women into senior management positions.“I think this is a perfect time for us to take girl power even further.