It was like a Pamflet reunion! Look at our feeties all in a sisterly circle (spot my shoes, they’re from Primark.)
Kate’s super-stylist , Rebekah Roy, was of course in attendance, ensuring the woman of the hour looked FIT in an Alberta Ferretti gown, Piaget cupcake ring, Terry de Havilland shoes and an Angel Jackson bag.
There was SO much love in the air for the singer who is as nice as she is talented, putting her time into working with young girls in the UK and around the world to raise their self esteem and show them that they deserve to have their opinions heard.
It’s exciting to be part of a network of talented feminists working within the creative industries to make positive changes. This is the only way stuff will actually get better – if we put our thoughts into action – and it’s so much easier to do when your sisters have your back.
Oh and by the way, the album is frikkin amazing. Do you like riot grrrl, grunge, Britpop (the good bits) and/or girl bands of the ’60s like the Shirelles, Shangri Las and Ronettes? Then you will LOVE Girl Talk, my friend. You can read my track-by-track review over on xoJaneUK.
Join Kate’s girl gang and download the album here.
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Co-founder and co-editor of Pamflet. Bookworm, bluestocking, Brown Owl. Loves Garconnes style, reading, writing, ranting and raving. Gin snob.
"It makes me feel less despair to know that somewhere deep inside the Jordanization of modern Britain there are still a few angry feminists out there." Zadie Smith
"Pamflet is the photocopy-quality soapbox for two young, sarky post-feminists from London who want women’s rights and the right to wear pretty things, and want it, like, yesterday." Sunday Times Style
"They’re funny and honest and write about fashion with feminism so I’m obviously all over it." Tavi