In honor of International Women’s Day, we kindly remind you who runs this mother.
What: The uplifting, around-the-world documentary zeroes in on nine young women willing to defy the odds to attend school and better their communities no matter the cost.
Why: A-listers Kerry Washington and Meryl Streep lend their voices. Yasmin (of Egypt), Senna (of Peru), and others risk their lives.
Where: Find screenings at 10x10act.org.
Jamberry Custom Nail Art Strips
What: Upload beloved images (painterly prints, Instagram sunsets, and all) then use the online tool to zoom and recreate them on one-of-a-kind sheets that arrive in a week.
Why: They really nailed this one.
Where: Available at jamberrynails.net, $25.
Marissa Webb Clothing
What: J.Crew’s former women’s wear design head unveils her first solo collection.
Why: Trim leather trousers and vests, scoop-backed Italian cotton party dresses, and raw-edged tweed blazers follow suit.
Where: Available at marissa-webb.com, $295-$1,595.
Block Shop Textiles
What: Fifth-generation Bagru, India, dye masters use carved wooden blocks to print the sharply patterned, air-light scarves.
Why: Vegetable dyes, gray water recycling, and limited runs keep money in makers’ pockets (and a smile on your face).
Where: Available at blockshoptextiles.com, $120.
What: Gotta get away and flexible about the destination? Narrow your dream spots down to two; the site picks one then books it with an exclusive discount of up to 40 percent.
Why: Sound like a trip? We tried it, and it works.
Where: Available at getgoing.com, free.
Photos: Courtesy of 10x10