“Half a dozen global studies, conducted by the likes of Goldman Sachs and Columbia University, have found that companies employing women in large numbers outperform their competitors on every measure of profitability.” — The Atlantic
Recently cosmetics brand NARS announced that the gorgeous Charlotte Rampling is the face of its 20th Anniversary campaign. Ms. Rampling is 68 and says she's never had any cosmetic surgery. I believe her. Judge for yourself.
Even more recently, fashion brand Marc Jacobs announced it's named the gorgeous in her own right Jessica Lange the face of the brand's beauty line. Ms. Lange is 64. If she's had any work done on her face it was very little. She looks like a sixty-ish-year-old woman.
It wasn't bad enough that Lululemon's founder blamed the company's too-sheer yoga pants on "women's rubbing thighs," a Lululemon store in Bethesda, Maryland, celebrated the holiday season with a window that says:
Cups of Chai Apple Pie Rubbing Thighs?
The Internet called them out on it and Lululemon has since taken down the offending window advertising.