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Women who read are dangerous: presenting the RUSSH Book Club

Expand your mind and expand your world. Last week we launched the RUSSH Book Club, celebrated at Jardan Furniture’s light-filled Oxford Street space and co-hosted by dancer, choreographer, activist, director and reader Amrita Hepi. An opportunity to come together with the women currently inspiring our world and the literature currently inspiring theirs, we sipped on wines from Bird in Hand, sampled cheese and charcuterie courtesy of Salt Meats Cheese and discussed the books that have shaped our personal narratives. Hepi lead the conversation through her personal book selects, including Me Talk Pretty One Day, Comfort Food, My Brilliant Friend and All About Love. Guests each received their own pair of customisable white Converse high tops, part of the brand’s All The Stories Are True campaign, and a gift card to spend with Books Kinokuniya.

Amrita Hepi.
Zoe Theodore, Amrita Hepi and Sybilla Kenny.
From left: Billie Iveson, Rachel Krasky, Cloudy Rhodes, Holly Rhodes; Ilkin Kurt; Jerico Tracy; Rosie Dalton.
Elle-louise Burguez and Jennifer Gilmore.
Amrita Hepi.
Imogen Grist and Anna Pogossova.
From left: Andréa Tchacos, Victoria Pearson, Amrita Hepi, Anna-Wili Highfield.
Miranda Darling.