It can be hard to get some of the strongest and brightest women in the same spot at once, but thankfully, Kate Spade New York just put all of their stories in the same book.
According to ELLE, the fashion company recently debuted a new coffee table book called She: Muses, Visionaries and Madcap Heroines, which “highlights all the badass women you already know and love.”
Incorporating a selection of profiles, photos and quotes from some of the strongest women around, WWD says the book takes readers on a tour of iconic women — both real-life and fictional — who have made their mark on the world, ranging from Gloria Steinem, Leandra Medine and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie to Miss Piggy and Carrie Bradshaw.
“The book’s mini-profiles are interspersed with pages dedicated to words of wisdom, personal essays and the brand’s signature ‘she’ statements,” reports WWD. “‘She does everything she can and everything she can’t,’ reads one quote next to a blurred photo of a woman twirling in a pink ballgown.”
This book of badassery was just released on Oct. 10 and is available on Amazon for $25.47.
Women persist through a great deal in their personal and professional lives, and Chelsea Clinton’s new book is showcasing it all for the youth of America.
According to Glamour, Clinton is releasing a new children’s book entitled She Persisted: Thirteen American Women Who Changed the World, which is inspired by Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s February ordeal with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, as well as Clinton’s “own efforts to inspire her children with the stories of inspiring real women.”
Written by Clinton and with illustrations done by Alexandra Boiger, Glamour reports the book “features 13 women who overcame adversity to achieve greatness and shape our world, from abolitionist Harriet Tubman to ballerina Maria Tallchief to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor. And her mother, Hillary Clinton, makes a special cameo appearance.”
Making the book extra special is the way in which it relates the experiences of these prominent female figures to the young children reading the book, says Glamour.
You can buy the inspirational book starting May 30.