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Emperor of elegance: Josephine de Beauharnais – A fashion icon ...

Dive into the elegance of her empire-cut dresses, exquisite accessories, and the profound influence she wielded as a powerful fashion influencer in the pages of history. Josephine de Beauharnais was Napoleon Bonaparte’s first wife and the first Empress of the French. Beyond her political and historical role, Josefina was a trendsetter with her unique fashion sense, reflecting her personality and love for style.
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Forgotten Heroines: Reviving Women’s Art History- A Spotlight on Female ...

The story of art is the story of humanity in all its diverse complexity. We gain a richer understanding of our cultural heritage by reviving women’s artistic history, primarily focusing on the forgotten female artists and sculptors from different eras. The overlooked heroines of art are no longer forgotten. Their masterpieces are now celebrated on the walls of museums, and their names are etched into the annals of history, a place they always deserved.
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Isadora Duncan: The Girl Who Danced with the Gods 

In the realm of dance, an individual occasionally emerges whose artistry transcends boundaries and reshapes the very essence of movement. Angela Isadora Duncan, known simply as Isadora Duncan, was one such revolutionary. An artist, dancer, and choreographer from North America, she is revered as the creator of modern dancing. This short profile (a picture of her) delves into the life, art, and profound impact of the woman who danced with the gods. 
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Artist Of The Day: Frida Kahlo & Transforming Pain into ...

Frida Kahlo: The Birth of an Artist: Overcoming Tragedy with Art Frida Kahlo, the famous Mexican artist born on July 6, 1907, in Coyoacán, first realised her love of art when she was young. At 18, she was in a catastrophic bus accident that changed her life. She suffered significant wounds from the incident, including fractures to her spine, pelvis, and numerous other bones.
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The Powerful Nonconformist Music Icon: Lana Del Rey

If Lana Del Rey’s music career were a movie, it would be a sleeper hit. Some music critics once wrote her off, but she rose like a phoenix. Earlier this year, Billboard awarded her with the Visionary Award. She has been steadfast with her projects, never resting on her laurels or external validation. Lana has managed to stay relevant for a long time.
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Female filmmakers: the importance and history of women in film

As female filmmakers continue to be disregarded in events like the Academy Awards and Golden Globes, it almost seems as though they are their own genre. However, this should not be the case. If we are on the pathway to equality, female filmmakers should not be a spectacle of bravery. French director Celine Sciamma, like many female directors, too often is asked the question: “What is it like being a woman in filmmaking?”
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Nina Simone: An Incendiary Voice

Nina Simone wasn’t merely one of the best singers and pianists of Jazz, Rhythm and Blues, and Soul from the 20th Century. From the stage, she also gave a voice to the fight against racism and for the civil rights of the Afro-Americans. Maybe this led to her entering into history as the “High Priestess of Soul”. 19 years after her death, why remember Nina Simone?