As part of our celebrations for International Women’s Day, join plus-size beauty blogger Bethany Rutter, editor of new book Plus+, and influencer, founder of the #SAGGYBOOBSMATTER movement and author of the forthcoming What A Time To Be Alone, Chidera Eggerue, AKA The Slumflower, as they talk about who we dress for and what it means to look good. Hosted by Raifa Rafiq from the Mostly Lit podcast, we’ll be looking at how who we are affects the way we look.
It’s what’s on the inside that counts, but the way we choose to look is far more than about what’s hanging around in our wardrobes. Our class, race, faith, culture and politics are tangled up in how we present ourselves to the world. Add the expectations that come with gender and our daily outfit choices become endlessly complex.
Tickets include £5 redeemable at The Like A Woman Bookshop.
The remainder of every ticket sold will be donated to Solace Women’s Aid, a London domestic violence charity providing aid to 11,000 women and children a year.
Event name: Looking Good with Bethany Rutter
Featuring: Bethany Rutter, Chidera Eggerue, Raifa Rafiq
Date: Tuesday 6th March, 2018
Venue: The Like A Woman Bookshop by Penguin Books
1-3 Rivington Street
More about the book
Style inspiration for everyone, no matter your size.
Be inspired by 100 of the very best plus-size street style images from around the world.
Plus-size fashion is daring, experimental and deeply personal. There's no longer any shame in not fitting the traditional ideals of beauty, as proven by Gabi Gregg, Tess Holliday, Beth Ditto and thousands of bloggers and models acround the world.
The online plus-size fashion community is loud, international and confident. Millions of #ootd photos are shared everyday, showing off amazing style and beautiful people. Plus+ gathers together the very best, and celebrates all shapes, sizes and aesthetics - a beautiful, sharply designed, glossy collection to inspire everyone, plus-size or otherwise.