For Women’s History Month and to celebrate the publication of DRESS LIKE A WOMAN: WORKING WOMEN AND WHAT THEY WORE by ABRAMS Books, with essays by ROXANE GAY and VANESSA FRIEDMAN, we asked you to send in photos of what it means to you to #DressLikeAWoman!
Now, for International Women’s Day, we’re delighted to release the entries we’ve received!
And that’s not all…
We’d love to keep the conversation going and will be adding in any further entries until the end of March 2018! Tag us @abramschronicle on Instagram or Twitter or email us!
What does it mean to #DressLikeAWoman?
Help us make a video for Women’s History Month and the forthcoming book, DRESS LIKE A WOMAN by ABRAMS Books (foreword & introduction by Vanessa Friedman & Roxane Gay), and be in with a chance of winning the book when it publishes!
You can enter in one of two ways:
Send a photo of yourself to us via email, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram and:
- Wear an outfit that represents to you what it means to ‘dress like a woman’
- Hold a piece of paper or sign with #DressLikeAWoman written on it
- If you prefer to remain anonymous, the photo can be cropped or not include faces
- Landscape format preferable but not essential
Send one sentence on what it means to you to ‘dress like a woman’ via any of the same channels.
We’ll be accepting submissions until Monday 5th March 2018.
See the full Terms & Conditions here
Find out more about the book here