Functioning as a creative agency, Girlgaze collaborates with likeminded brands to create opportunities and jobs for our community of female-identifying creatives.
Just 11 percent of all directors on the 500 top-grossing domestic films are women. Because we are committed to supporting female filmmakers—not just by talking about the gender gap, but by actually helping close it in a meaningful way—Glamour and Girlgaze have joined forces to launch a film competition to provide young female filmmakers with the thing they most want: the chance to work.
Our founder, Amanda teamed up with Warby Parker to create a new gender-neutral frame that comes in Peony and Jet Black. The collaboration sold out once already and has been brought back for a limited time!
To toast the collaboration, Warby has made a donation to the Girlgaze Foundation, as well as hired 30 #girlgaze photographers to shoot the social campaign for both the release and re-release.
Girlgaze teamed up with Detroit based brand Shinola to create a campaign for their Fall '17 line highlighting five Girls With Purpose who are using art and creativity to promote social change in their communities.
Girlgaze MGMT photographer Heather Hazzan shot all the photos and director Stephanie Szerlip created a mini documentary series around each of the girls.