From (L-R) Rosamund Urwin, Sheridan Smith, Jessica Huie, Claire Watt-Smith and Jane Burston.
So its 2010 and women continue to be the talking point of the headlines, whether it be Cheryl Cole rise and Ashley Cole’s fall – or Michelle Obama’s amazing support of Barack Obama’s rise to presidencency.
Now Red magazine has revealed the 20 most influential women who will be setting to shape our futures. Rising stars from industries across theatre, politics, media, business, the environment, food, technology, fashion, the voluntary sector and social enterprise have been selected.
These include, Chloe Smith , the youngest MP in the House of Commons and the Tories’ secret weapon’, Gemma Tuley, Susie Bubble from Stylebubble.com, and actress Sheridan Smith (28), the star of West End. Their achievements to date have been remarkable, with one woman awarded an MBE and all of them paving the way for other young aspiring female professionals.
According to Sam Baker, “These women are an inspiration to us all,” with leading figures across the industry speaking out to agree with this accolade.
However my favourite choice is the wonderful Louise Goldin, described as ‘Fashion Power House’. Her edgy and yet girly designs have brought her to the forefront of British designers, really outshining the others and my most favourite thing – that she has brought out a range of shoes for Topshop. (shoes pictured £110 topshop.com) Affordable chic!
What’s not to love!
For more details on these inspirational woman pick up April’s issue of Red Magazine.