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Ladies, unite – it’s time to celebrate womankind everywhere. In honour of International Women’s Day, our brand ambassador, and TV star, Rochelle Humes, caught up with activist, writer and curator of Feminists Don't Wear Pink (And Other Lies), Scarlett Curtis, to talk about what they think feminism really means.

"There are a lot of misconceptions about what it means. Feminism is just wanting men and women to be equal."

-Scarlett Curtis

"My mum is probably the biggest feminist I know."

-Rochelle Humes

"If you can’t see it, you can’t be it. That, for me, when I was younger, that was the moment when I was like, Hermione Granger, she looks like me, I want to be her."

-Scarlett Curtis

"When the Spice Girls launched, I was like, okay, Mel B, you look like me. I don’t really remember growing up seeing anyone, other than her, who was British."

-Rochelle Humes