Smirnoff Equalizing Music is a global initiative dedicated to equal gender representation in the electronic music space in partnership with THUMP and Broadly -- VICE's electronic music and women-focused websites.
THE FILM On a mission to double female-identifying and non-binary headliners in electronic music, Smirnoff's Equalizing Music project brought together two pioneering DJs who are leading the fight for gender equality through inclusive electronic music collectives from opposite sides of the world.
We follow The Black Madonna, founder of America-based all-woman DJ festival, ‘Daphne', and DJ Rachael, a prominent East African DJ and founder of the DJ collective, 'Femme Electronic', as they journey from the streets of Kampala, Uganda to a Daphne event in Chicago.
Smirnoff x VICE "Equalizing Music"
THE NEW YORKER
Since the 2016 election, the martial-arts community has become a haven for those looking to learn how to respond to hate speech and action. Produced in collaboration with Topic Stories for the New Yorker's Health, Medicine, and the Body Issue.
Featuring Zaineb Abdulla, Parisa Haghighi, Ella Sonja West, Lan Phan, Andy Slavin, Adam Penney, Tito Garcia, Misho Ceko from EKF Martial Arts in Chicago
The New Yorker "Resistance Training"
You can save up to 8 gallons of water every day simply by pledging to turn off the faucet when you brush your teeth.
In honor of Earth Day, world champion swimmer Michael Phelps teams up with Colgate-Palmolive in partnership with Vice Impact to drive awareness of water conservation.
Documentary series for Glamour Magazine that explores the story behind a woman’s scars and how they express their beauty inside and out.
Travel and lifestyle blogger Mama Cax talks about surviving cancer, losing a limb, and loving her body the way it is.
Maggie "The Bald Ballerina"
Maggie, 25-year-old ballerina shares her story of fighting a Stage 4 breast cancer diagnosis—and how a double mastectomy has given her the body she’s always wanted.
Lily "Maquillame Lily"
A survivor of domestic violence talks about finding her confidence after a nearly fatal attack and loving her scars as “beauty marks.”
TEEN VOGUE "ASK A MUSLIM GIRL"
MuslimGirl.com teamed up with Teen Vogue to bring authentic, fearless, and unapologetic voices on what life is like as a Muslim girl in today's society. The series received the 2017 Webby Award in the social video series.
Being Muslim in America
Dear Donald Trump
20 Things Muslim Women Are Tired of Hearing
6 Facts About Islam
GLAMOUR "ROLE REVERSAL"
Our original web series created for Glamour Magazine where actresses take on the iconic monologues that male actors have made famous.
The first season features Uzo Aduba in The Silence of the Lambs, Abigail Breslin in Fight Club, and Julia Garner in There Will Be Blood.
The second season stars Gaby Hoffmann in Wolf of Wall Street, Tracee Ellis Ross in Swingers and Wendi Mclendon-Covey in Pulp Fiction.
Tracee Ellis Ross in Swingers
Gaby Hoffmann in The Wolf of Wall Street
Wendi McLendon-Covey in Pulp Fiction
Abigail Breslin in Fight Club
Julia Garner in There Will Be Blood
Uzo Aduba in The Silence of the Lambs
Branded content developed in partnership with Killscreen.
Pro players Missharvey and Bloodyfaster as well as streaming stars Fairlight Excaliber and JonSandman discuss gaming's past, present, and future during TwitchCon 2016.
Intel "Compute Stick"
Satchell Drakes (@SatchellDrakes) introduces us to the Intel® Compute Stick that turns any HDMI display into a fully functional computer.
MM.LAFLEUR creates luxury apparel and accessories with the same attention to detail as a high-end fashion house. We have conceived their videos since they were first founded in 2011.
MM.LAFLEUR "First Addition: Extended Sizes"
MM.LAFLEUR "Fall Collection 2014"
MM.LAFLEUR "Power Breakfast with Sallie Krawcheck + Sarah LaFleur"
To kick off the Power Breakfast video series, MM.LaFleur CEO Sarah LaFleur sits down with Sallie Krawcheck, CEO and co-founder of Ellevest, a digital investment platform for women.
MM.LAFLEUR "Spring Collection 2015"
MM.LAFLEUR "Holiday 2014"
MM.LAFLEUR "Style & Substance"
Brand video for womenswear line MM.LAFLEUR following 5 women entrepreneurs in NYC: Lucy Deland of Paperless Post, Claire Chambers of Journelle, Alicia Menendez of HuffPost Live, Emily Dubner of H. Bloom and Annette McEvoy of Epic Beauty.
67% of American women are a size 14 or above yet they make up less of 2% of the images we see. Refinery29 and Getty Images want to change that by offering everyone — from major magazines to independent bloggers — access to license their collection of images featuring women of the 67%.
A video series from Allure that explores the connection between style and lifestyle by following women who are required to express their own unique beauty in their profession or community. "Beauty Of..." looks at how women allow their personal style to shine through when they're wearing a professional uniform, rocking traditional attire, or embodying the style of a particular subculture, in turn exposing how outward beauty can be a method of expressing one's personality and individuality.
Beauty of... Comic Con
Three cosplayers share why they love Comic Con, and teach us the tricks they use to keep their look intact all day long.
Beauty of... Howard University Dance Team
Howard University's Ooh La La! dancers share how becoming apart of the drill team has changed their lives.
Beauty of... The Radio City Rockettes
There's more to a Rockette than just high kicks and a killer smile.
Beauty Of... The Women of ESPN: Jessica Mendoza
Jessica Mendoza on how her Mexican heritage helped her become one of the first female ESPN broadcasters.
Beauty of... The Women of ESPN: Cassidy Hubbarth
Hubbarth on how important her wardrobe is to her job, especially in the age of social media.
Beauty Of... The Women of ESPN: Josina Anderson
The first-and-only female NFL Insider runs through what it takes to get "camera ready" when you're a woman.