Rise and shine

Women take centre stage at Soho House this month, as we celebrate their achievements and ever-increasing visibility. Throughout March, we’ll be highlighting the creative feats and culture-shifting work of our women members around the world.

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Janelle Monáe on becoming one

The LA-based artist discusses her views on empowerment, identity, and celebrating women of colour. We also hear about her creative process, and the power of thriving and fulfilling your purpose

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Travel and acceptance with Jessica Nabongo

The member and travel blogger shares the lessons of enrichment and acceptance she’s learnt through her journeys. She also reveals the travel tips she picked up as the first Black woman on record to visit every country in the world

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Judy Joo on navigating the food industry

The chef and best-selling author shares the challenges and joys of succeeding in a male-dominated industry as she chats with Soho House Chicago Sous-Chef, Kamat Newman, over a home-made Korean deep-fried chicken
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Playgirl’s second coming

New York member and publisher Jack Lindley Kuhns discusses Playgirl’s print relaunch, changes in media coverage of women’s sexuality, and the intricacies of sex, nudity and fashion

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East London, pubs and women with Sandra Esquilant

The landlady of the iconic Spitalfields pub The Golden Heart looks back on three decades spent behind the bar. She also reflects on the changes she’s witnessed and the interesting women she’s met
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Soho Rising: Jyoty’s 2021 playlist

The London-based DJ and voice of Rinse FM’s Saturday morning show handpicks a selection of new women to watch out for this year

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Pamela Echeverría on Latin American artists to watch

One of the most powerful names in the art world, and owner of Labor gallery in Mexico City, shares her top picks of Latina artists to follow and collect right now

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Adrian Octavius Walker: Chicago Next

The Chicago-based photographer captures the work of four inspiring women entrepreneurs in this photo essay, shot at Soho House Chicago 

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Meet the founders: Double Dutch 

Twin founders Joyce and Raissa de Haas discuss how they’ve grown their premium mixers and tonic drinks business, what it’s been like to work together, and how they’ve navigated a male-dominated industry