Meet the Paris marathon runner who came up with the crazy idea to run 30 marathons in 30 countries before she turns 30. With Run to Reach, Liz Warner is running to change lives.
A globe-trotting writer and mother describes how she became involved in the cause of helping refugees, documenting their experiences to give them a voice.
Melissa Dalton-Bradford offers advice on how to counter despair over the US elections by standing up, speaking out and keeping hope alive.
Expat women united in Paris to form a Facebook group called "Pantsuit Nation-France" to connect like-minded people over post-US election concerns and issues that matter to them.
Fashion Extreme Paris, now in its third edition, kicked off Paris Fashion Week (Sept. 27 to Oct. 5) with a spectacular array of designs from 13 international designers. Founded by expats Suzette and Ryan Riego, the proceeds are donated to Cœurs à Cœurs Foundation.
INSPIRELLE and Free Persephone Fragrance Day Spa are teaming up in Paris to collect old bras for the Pink Bra Box campaign for breast cancer awareness.
Breast cancer is the leading form of cancer amongst women around the world. But with early detection, the survival rate has increased phenomenally. Show your support for the global campaign for breast cancer awareness by participating in one of these many activities in Paris throughout October!
For the first few hours in the camp, I was scoping out potential design related modifications to make the refugees’ stay more… adequate? I had come expecting to experience a eureka moment: “I’m going to make this camp so much better, good Design will solve the refugee crisis!”. Boy was I wrong.
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s a bra! For the uninitiated, the sight of bras floating floating in the sky might seem oddly delightful — just another day in Paris. For others, the Pink Bra Spring event is an opportunity to come together in love and support for breast health and women with breast cancer.
For the past few months, a small group of women have been driving from Paris to northern France and Germany with carloads filled with blankets, clothing and food. They leave the comfort of their own homes behind in search of broken families in need of immediate assistance. INSPIRELLE spoke with Kelly, Reema and Carina after their latest road trip to northern France, where refugee children and adults are struggling in dire, freezing conditions.
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