Piaget brings together some of the world’s most Extraordinary Women in celebration of being a woman today. Perceptions of femininity are constantly evolving as women take control of defining who they are. Whether they identify with being independent, creative, strong, passionate, generous, or fun, they are part of a new dynamic where women can be whoever they want to be.
Piaget’s Extraordinary Women are exceptional in their fields, ranging from cinema to art, music, design, and artistry. Determination and accomplishment are part of who they are. These Extraordinary Women are part of our Piaget Society and love to express their uniqueness. By sharing their life lessons, these Extraordinary Women are able to inspire other women and young girls around the world to be fearless and support each other.
Balqees Fathi, Emirati singer
“I feel the most powerful when I go on stage and the crowd is screaming my name,” she shares. “As an artist I have the same rights, the same payment terms, and the same contract as a male artist. I feel that I’m empowered.”
Olivia Palermo, American entrepreneur
“I think it’s important to feel empowered every day in some element,” the style authority shares. “Each day is a learning experience and when there is an accomplishment, you continue to learn and evolve and grow. You should take those moments and be inspired.”
Shiva Safai, Iranian actor
“Style can absolutely be empowering. Style and emotions are connected and it’s important to be able to translate your emotions through style. I feel most powerful when I’m comfortable in my own skin.”
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