Women’s designers have a lot to do to be seen as equal partners

The design industry, like the rest of the economy, is struggling to balance a female workforce with a workforce that’s more masculine.

The problem is, it’s a problem that’s not going away anytime soon.

It’s a challenge that women in the industry are only just beginning to confront.

The most recent issue of Design Matters, an industry trade publication, featured a piece by writer and women’s designer Emma Loomis titled “A Women’s Design Story”.

Loomin says she’s been working with women in tech for more than 10 years and she sees an ongoing trend that’s been going on since the late 90s, when the design industry began to take off.

“Women have always had a very strong voice in design,” Loomi says.

“They’ve always had an impact in the design community.

And they’re also seeing this power, that they can have an impact.” “

And that’s what’s so exciting about this new wave of women in technology, is that the design profession is finally starting to recognise the power that women have to shape how we design.

And they’re also seeing this power, that they can have an impact.”

The most recent Design Matters article, by Emma Loms, outlines a diverse collection of women who’ve built some of the most recognisable brands in the world.

The issue, which Loomins co-wrote with designer Rebecca Mazzola, features stories from female designers and tech industry veterans who are talking about how the industry is changing for the better.

In a wide-ranging article, Loomes, who is the founder and president of the Association for Women in the Design Industry, talks about the importance of diversity in design and how this can be a key factor in making a difference in women’s careers.

Designers can do it: The issue’s the first of its kind in Design Matters and it includes a number of women from different backgrounds, including:•A diverse range of women, including design students and designers from diverse backgrounds, from countries including China, India, France and Italy.•A strong female presence in design, including a female founder and chief executive of the UK-based design studio Weta Digital.•Two women who have built some major brands.•Women who are leading design projects for major brands, including the award-winning fashion brand Stella McCartney and the fashion agency L’Oreal.

The issue also includes an interview with one of the women who was one of Stella McCartney’s first designers.

It was co-authored by Stella McCartney herself and was part of a campaign by the agency.

Stella McCartney says the women in her life made her realise the importance that she put into her work and that it’s one of her biggest strengths.

“I realised that I had to be a really strong and creative person to do the things I love, like designing and making the clothes that I love,” she says.

Design Matters is an industry publication that offers a platform for the industry to engage with women. “

So I was able to look at myself and say, ‘OK, I’m the person that I am, and I’m proud of who I am’.”

Design Matters is an industry publication that offers a platform for the industry to engage with women.

It features interviews and feature articles that cover a range of topics, including business, fashion, design and technology.

Loomins, who founded the Association in the late 1990s, has been working in the field of women’s design for more years than she cares to admit.

“I was a designer, a model, a fashion designer,” she said.

“But when I was working on a project in my twenties, I realized that I really didn’t know what I was doing.

I wasn’t really into what I wanted to do.

So I was like, ‘I’m not doing this, I don’t know how to make a living.’ “

Then I got really frustrated by the fact that I didn.

I’m going to make it work.’ “

So one day I went back to my mum and said, ‘Look, you know what?

I’m going to make it work.’

I had these amazing clothes, like this incredible dress, which I was wearing, and it was my favourite thing to wear. “

When I was a teenager I had a really good idea of what I thought of fashion.

I loved it, I loved how much attention it got. “

It was my thing.

I loved it, I loved how much attention it got.

And then one day, I went to the office and I said, you’re a designer.

You can make money off of that.

But I was very frustrated, because I had such a passion for it.

A lot of designers have these big, beautiful designs and then they’re like, oh, I have no idea what I’m doing, they don’t understand that it was the best thing to