A league of their own

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 9, 2018 12:39
Galia Toren Chen and Michal Elbaz pose for Guilty's 'Community is inspiration' campaign

Galia Toren Hen and Michal Elbaz pose for Guilty's 'Community is inspiration' campaign. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Beauty e- commerce website Guilty launched and interesting and inspirational project in order to celebrate this year’s international women's’ day. The project, named “community is inspiration” includes a series of videos depicting leading ladies in the realms of media, health, politics, comedy and beauty who are in the forefront of their craft, among which are Ashley Waxman Bakshi, Hagit Ginzburg and Maharata Baruch Ron.

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