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WOMAN’S CRUSH WEDNESDAY CLUB

Your fave hashtag, #WCW, has turned into the ultimate chic inspiring supper club. Who’s your woman crush?

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Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past ten years, you’ll have seen #WCW following a picture of an inspirational, motivational, or just totally-hot woman ‘crush’. The term is used to describe a female figure who inspires us, whether that be in style or to fire-up our career. It’s like an ode to successful ladies as well as reminding ourselves who we want to be, at the same time.

We’re sure you’ll be glad to hear that our favourite hashtag has now come to life, and it just so happens to be in the form of a super-glam conceptual supper-club, the Woman Crush Wednesday Club, celebrating a different successful babe each week – be they businesswomen or pop superstars – and set in a sleek, upscale dining environment. Well, naturally, what else would you expect #WCW to manifest itself as?

Beyoncé, Tory Burch, Keira Knightley, Sheryl Sandberg, Hilary Clinton, Anna Wintour, Oprah Winfrey. These are just some women who have made the list, and quite rightly they have, too. Each and every one of them not only works hard to make an impact, but also has a go-getting philosophy to go with it. Take Beyonce’s preaching of feminism to her massive following for example – using her fame for a good cause. So, who would Wonderland like to see shortlisted next? We think either FKA Twigs or Juliette Lewis might an interesting dinner theme…

PR moguls JPR Media host the evenings on a weekly basis (yes, they’re on Wednesdays) and each event is in partnership with one of our favourite brands. So far, they’ve worked with Fendi, Coach, Stella McCartney, Ralph Lauren, Belstaff, to name but a few. The latest series of events are being held at newcomer gallery The Dot Project in Chelsea, so diners can sup surrounded by art. Can every dinner we eat be this chic, please?

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WOMAN’S CRUSH WEDNESDAY CLUB

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