Made by female Master Distiller, Joanne Moore, BLOOM Gin is made in celebration of females everywhere, with the ultimate aim of bringing them together. At BLOOM Gin, we believe that when women support women, we BLOOM. Together we're a force to be reckoned with.
Individually we're strong, we're bold, we're talented, and we're beautiful. But when we come together, that is when the magic of the female form takes flight. As a collective, we're more powerful than we could ever know and can achieve anything that we put our minds to.
When women support women we connect, we smile, we conquer, we laugh, we achieve, we blossom. We come into full BLOOM. And at BLOOM Gin, we're on a mission to encourage just that. We're a sisterhood, a collective of fierce and fabulous women, all dedicated and passionate about one thing...making sure that every day we #LIVEFULLBLOOM.
If there was ever a time when women needed to support other women it’s now!
BLOOM Gin is helping to keep us all connected with an interactive digital series to engage with women everywhere… The #LIVEFULLBLOOM Virtual Series, live on ZOOM!
Each event within the series will be a live workshop featuring a different BLOOM Gin partner or charity. We are chuffed to be kicking off the #LIVEFULLBLOOM Virtual Series in support of our fabulous partners Vintage with Love and will be hosting a De-clutter & Style your wardrobe workshop live on ZOOM on Tuesday, April 14th at 17h00.
It will feature guest speakers such as BLOOM Gin Master Distiller Joanne Moore, former fashion industry editor and Founder of Vintage with Love, Jacquie Myburgh Chemaly, actress & presenter Leandie Du Randt, philanthropist and producer, Carol Bouwer and editor-in-chief of Glamour Magazine, Nontando Mposo.
TV Presenter and host of E Online Africa's "How do I look", Roxy Burger, will lead the de-clutter & styling discussion, where some well-known celebrities and influencers add their styling tips. The workshop is to encourage all participating women to clear out their wardrobes and donate their clothes to the Vintage with Love cause and thereby to their bit to support female literacy and education.
Vintage with Love funds have always been donated to literacy charities around South Africa. These charities help underprivileged children to read and write and aspiring teachers to fulfil their career dreams. Some of the charities include:
● Chic Mamas,
● Click foundation,
● Columba Leadership Foundation,
● The Link,