A few weeks ago now I attended a brunch organised by 4 Elements media and hosted by multi-award winning singer LeAnne Dlamini at Mondiall Kitchen & Bar at the V &A. Some of Cape Town’s most influential women attended the intimate brunch, sharing their stories and careers.
LeAnne started the End Girl Hate campaign because she felt there was not enough love, encouragement and support amongst women. She decided to use social media to her advantage and spread her message of Women supporting Women. This is something I am familiar with as I am sure like many of us we are quick to judge other women without actually getting to know them first at all. I know I have been a culprit of doing this even though I try really hard not to judge women by first appearance, I am pleased to say I am succeeding bit by bit as I mature! I am sure sometimes you feel intimidated going out, by how someone else looks, the clothes they wear or behave and you are already giving her the “hairy eye ball” without actually getting to know her first. So, recently I attended another fashion function where a beautiful TV presenter was giving advice on “what to wear” and I felt intimidated as this is something I do. My first thought was “daggers”, “what do you know” etc but then I remembered LeAnne’s #endgirlhate talk and I re adjusted myself, approached the presenter and had a lovely conversation with her. Remember everyone has insecurities that they overcome on a daily basis and this is where as women we should support other women not belittle them.
Find out more about End Girl Hate here: www.EndGirlHate.com
We each received a lovely goodie bag with Miglio jewlery earrings, Reboot juice, Vita Coco, Cointreau sample & Zando vouchers.
The beautiful table setting at Mondiall Kitchen & Bar at the V & A, which I most certainly would go for dinner and try their Wagu burgers.
End Girl Hate sweat tops.
The renowned LeAnne Dlamini
Myself and Lucinda from 4 Elements media who does my PR.