Can fashion and feminism ever be friends?

At this autumn’s 4th Estate Literary Salon we ask ‘Can fashion and feminism ever be friends?!’

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Come and hear another stellar panel discuss the thorny issue of squaring one’s feminist principles with a love of lipstick and lace at The Book Club. From the ambiguous messages of the beauty industry and the catwalk to the downright fun of dressing up and expressing oneself, we will be dissecting the subject of from all perspectives for a night of lively debate and deliberation.

On this salon’s illustrious panel will be journalist and Guardian Beauty columnist Sali Hughes, style writer and columnist Polly Vernon and fashion stylist and commentator Grace Woodward.

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4th Estate is one of the most innovative and eclectic imprints in the industry, with a reputation for publishing a wide variety of critically acclaimed and beautifully produced titles; from the record-breaking, award-winning Hilary Mantel to American literary legends Jonathan Franzen and Jeffrey Eugenides to voices of a generation such as Lena Dunham and Hadley Freeman.

Time:       7.30-10.00pm
Date:       Tuesday 22nd October 2013
Place:      The Book Club, 100 Leonard Street, London EC2R

Tickets are £10, on sale here: http://4thestateliterarysalon.eventbrite.co.uk/

For further information please contact Rebecca McEwan rebecca.mcewan@harpercollins.co.uk, 020 8307 4247.

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