In an effort to bring some of Boston’s leading female entrepreneurs together to support and empower one another, we created an event dedicated to women in business, and good old-fashioned girl power! On Sunday, February 26th we’ll host a one-of-a-kind Like A Boss shopping event at our Harvard Square studio. Guests are invited to meet, mingle, and shop the work of nine Boston-based female entrepreneurs.
From greeting cards to footwear, the studio will transform from a place to sweat… to a place to shop! So gather up the ladies because what’s better than an afternoon of shopping, music, and girl power?
Kelly Brabants founder of Booty By Brabants, a fitness and fashion brand that offers textured workout leggings and stylish activewear.
Kristina Burkey, founder of Calliope Paperie, a curated collection of beautiful and sassy greeting cards and stationery.
Susan Cabana, founder of Nourish Your Soul, a Boston-based juice company. Susan will sample fresh pressed juices to guests with bottles available for sale.
Allison Daroie, founder of Paridaez, a minimalistic transformative women’s clothing line perfect for work, fitness, or an evening out.
Jessica Fracalossi, founder of The Handle Bar, an indoor cycling studio with three locations; South Boston, Fenway and Harvard Square.
Nora Jordan, founder of DJour Entertainment, a collective of female DJs. Nora will be spinning upbeat tracks while guests peruse and shop.
Tracey McLeod, founder of TIEM, a new footwear brand aiming to complement the recent explosion in boutique athletic fashion, which launched with a cycling shoe that will redefine your ride.
Holly Nichols, a fashion illustrator who utilizes her illustrations in creative campaigns for leading brands in the fashion and beauty industry.
Natalie Pinney and Moira Thompson, co-founders of Whim Events, a boutique wedding-planning, floral design, and styling studio, focused on making wedding planning as joyful as the day itself.
WHEN: Sunday, February 26th from 1pm-4pm
WHERE: The Handle Bar Harvard Sq, 1030 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
The event is free to attend but pre-registration is required.