W Amman to launch ‘What She Said’ global speaker series

The series will be held on July 10 and will feature inspirational women

W Amman, Jordan.
W Amman, Jordan.

W Hotels’ team will bring the ‘What She Said’ global speaking series to W Amman on July 10, 2018 as part of the four-part series taking place across multiple W Hotels in the Middle East & Africa region.

Each talk will see women inspiring women from the worlds of fashion, music, design, fitness and more.  Previously, the series was held in Dubai in March 2018.

‘What She Said’ at W Amman will focus on fashion and design and features three influential and women - Reem Habyeb, Farah Hourani and Fairouz Taqi El Din. The panel discussion will be moderated by Suhad Shtayyeh, the founder and creative director of CIIN, an online fashion editorial magazine targeting the modern Arab Woman. Habyeb is the winner of the Global Citizen Prize and the co-creator of the ceramic company, Silsal. Hourani is a Jordanian fashion designer and Taqi El Din is the lead coordinator of the collaboration between IKEA and the Jordan River Foundation designs.

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After the speaker panel, guests will then be invited for a masterclass on make-up by local artist Nada Al Agha.

The event is open to females on a first come first served basis.

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