Each month for our Women Inspiring Women feature we aim to find a ‘Woman of the Month’!! This week we had the absolute privilege to interview Olympic Snowboarder Jenny Jones. @jennyjonessnow Jenny has been a trailblazer in the sport for more than a decade and is a three-time X Games slopestyle Gold medallist (one European title, two global). Most recently the Nation proudly watched her success as she won a bronze medal in Slopestyle in Sochi, making Jenny the first Brit ever to win an Olympic medal on the snow! Jenny you Go GIRRL !! So where did it all begin I hear you cry? Our very own VP caught up with Jenny last week, read the fantastic Interview below: VP – Hi Jenny thank you so much for chatting… Read More →
Our Women Inspiring Women section is here to celebrate all women who have done something dam right courageous, caring or who’s making a difference to someone’s life or the world.
There are a lot of women who don’t get recognised for the incredible things they do, no matter how big or small it may seem.
It’s time to celebrate all fabulous females daughters, mothers, female icons, sisters and nannies!
If you would like to share a story about someone who has made a difference in yours/someone else’s life please Email VP
Interview with Julie Elliott MP Fab, fashionable and fearless. I strolled confidently into the parliamentary building that is the stunning Portcullis House in Westminster feeling a little like Reese Witherspoon entering court in the film ‘Legally Blonde’! I felt fabulous, fashionable and fearless woohoo! Bring it! Ladies, today we can reach our goals make-up or no make-up! Women like Julie Elliot MP a real woman from a working class background, who dared to enter into the upper echelons of parliamentary power and proving that you can be fabulous, fashionable and fearless. I am intrigued to investigate… Joy Why don’t you think there are more women in Politics? Julie (who talks in a soft Sunderland lilt that secretly seems to say… Read More →
This week ladies, I want to introduce you to one amazing lady on a mission to change the fate of helpless animals. Her name is Amy Redfern Pattison, In her early 20’s the ambition, and passion this young lady shows is nothing short of inspiring. She is fighting for the rights of mistreated and defensless animals in the market place in Quatar. Her campaign has already touched hundred and has even been recognised by the Prince himself. Here, Amy tells her story. “Meet Dinky, the golden retriever cross puppy. Dinky’s story starts in the country of Qatar, Middle East. Although relatively unheard of, Qatar is a prominent country home to a bustling oil trade, neighbour to the United… Read More →
Even after Katy Perry’s tireless run of chart-topping successes, being named Billboard’s Woman of the Year came as a shock. “I thought my year was over!” she laughed in a new interview. “It does feel like this record has never ended.” The record in question, 2010’s “Teenage Dream,” launched a number of hit singles, an expanded re-release and the “California Dreams” world tour documented in the 3D film “Katy Perry: Part of Me.” She reached No. 2 on the Hot 100 with “Wide Awake,” her most recent single, which she debuted at the Billboard Music Awards in May. The album set a record with five Hot 100 No. 1s — an unprecedented feat for a female artist. “I like to… Read More →
Danielle has a rare condition that makes her hips dislocate five times a day defies the odds to become a catwalk model. Danielle Cassar, 17, struggles to walk without crutches after an ice skating accident left her with a crippling hip condition three years ago A teenager whose rare condition mean her hips can dislocate up to five times a day has battled back from her hospital bed to enter a modelling competition. But the student, who has to take more than 30 doses of pain relief a day, is planning to strut her stuff down the catwalk – even though doing so could dislocate her hips. She has made the finals of the Miss Teen Queen UK on November… Read More →
Cosmo’s Ultimate Editor’s Choice: Stephanie Kercher by Rosie Mullender When Cosmo’s Rosie Mullender interviewed Stephanie Kercher, she found her to be a worthy winner of an Ultimate Women Award – and was left feeling truly inspired When I first met Stephanie Kercher, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Her sister, Meredith, was brutally murdered in Perugia, Italy, five years ago, and having lived in the glare of the media throughout the high-profile trial that followed, she had, understandably, shunned interviews with the press. But with the fifth anniversary of Meredith’s death looming, and Stephanie’s decision to launch a fund to help her parents financially as their fight for justice continues, she agreed to meet me to talk about her… Read More →