Female Artists

Nine "Lady Blogs" That You Should be Reading - but Probably Aren't (Yet)

Laura Jane Williams | Posted 26.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Laura Jane Williams

When it comes to kicking ass and taking names, its female bloggers who have it nailed. We excel at building online platforms that bloom into communities that help us to be better: sassier, more focused, kinder, healthier. From fashion to attitude, self-marketing to self-love, here are my top 9 lady blogs that I think you should be reading, but probably aren't, yet.

Sluts, Sweet Fannies and Giving the Boys an Eyeful

Lana Citron | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Lana Citron

My mind is a soup of feminist thoughts what with the present renaissance. Finally, feminism is no longer a dirty word and those rabid ugly women with penis envy no longer front the various movements. Vive la revolution.

10 Albums Every Woman Should Own

The Huffington Post UK | Andrea Mann | Posted 17.10.2013 | UK Comedy

Grab your hairbrushes, girls! In light of Dave Berry's list of The 10 Albums Every Man Should Own, here's a list of classic albums for the ladies: ...

Five Female Artists on the Hang-Up Art Radar

Ben J. Cotton | Posted 28.11.2013 | UK Entertainment
Ben J. Cotton

The art world scene is often very male-dominated, especially the urban arts, therefore we have decided to balance it all by reviewing the works of five female artists, who, working in diverse media and style, are massively influential and constantly push the boundaries of the art form.

Women In the Music Business: Mind the Gender Gap

Lara Baker | Posted 20.08.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Lara Baker

I have numerous female friends working in the music industry; bright, hard-working, late-20s women who are passionate about their jobs. In almost all cases they are finding themselves languishing in the same role year after year, passed over for promotions and pay rises, with their bosses blaming 'the economy'.

Living Dolls

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 03.06.2013 | UK Lifestyle

As the reach of plastic surgery stretches, HuffPost UK Lifestyle are hearing more stories from across the globe that challenge our notion of what it m...

The History of Inspiration

Ana Tzarev | Posted 06.04.2013 | Home
Ana Tzarev

Inspiration is an eternal mystery, the fountain that overflows to send rivulets of ingenuity directly into the minds of the receptive. It is as though an arrow of fire is shot from an invisible bow, cutting through darkness to bring brilliance to its target.

The Strangest Body Artist On The Internet Is Back

Posted 23.12.2012 | Home

We've heard of the art of makeup, but somehow we doubt this is what Maybelline and co had in mind... Japanese body artist and student Choo-San, who...

Is This The Strangest Body Art On The Internet?

Posted 23.12.2012 | Home

We've heard of the art of makeup, but somehow we doubt this is what Maybelline and co had in mind... Japanese body artist and student Choo-San, who...

Summaiya Jillani: A New Voice in Pakistani Art

Ben Mirza | Posted 07.12.2012 | Home
Ben Mirza

Summaiya, a Karachi based artist, has taken the world by storm. Her paintings are exciting visions of colour and surprise, with a foundation that lies in pure Pop Art eccentricity.

Surreal Body Art

The Huffington Post UK | Sam Parker | Posted 28.08.2012 | Home

For those of us without so much as a tiny star on our wrist or a tribal marking on our shoulder, there’s something fascinating about people who turn...

Cora Pearl: Bringing One Of The World's Most Famous Courtesans Back To The Grosvenor Hotel

Katie Hickman | Posted 23.04.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Katie Hickman

We no longer view Cora Pearl as a figure to be feared and shunned, to be hidden away from 'respectable' society. What we see instead are her intelligence and wit, her enormous sense of style, her independence of mind. She is, paradoxically, a strikingly modern figure: a woman who had the courage to be completely and wholly herself.