Check the capsule collection we made with adidas Originals and German artists Laura Kaczmarek, Simone Klimmeck and Monja Gentschow.
Kicking off in early-2017, we’ve been working with adidas Originals to fast-track selected creative women and their careers. You can see our work here. This week though, we’re happy to launch a small collection of products available only in the adidas flagship store in Berlin which is a collaborative effort between ourselves and three featured artists; Laura Kaczmarek, Simone Klimmeck and Monja Gentschow, along with several generic pieces. After a soft launch at Female Future Force Day, we were already selling out of certain pieces…. but don’t fret, we held back a good bunch for Thursday’s pre-launch and beyond.
Hack Your Future teaches tech literacy amongst refugees and asylum seekers. Based out of Copenhagen, Malmö and Amsterdam, we’ll be specifically supporting several workshops aimed at young women without previous coding experience. The goal of the workshops is to get attendees excited about development, but also to prepare those who are interested in joining the school and getting a career in tech.
After School Hustle is a German initiative based in Berlin aimed at shaping and inspiring teenagers, predominantly through workshops in photography, illustration, web design, writing, DJing and more. Two-thirds of their participants are young women.