1. Reese Witherspoon
“As an artist, I feel more strongly than ever that my job on earth is to tell the stories of the invisibles, and women have been invisible on film for a long time.”
We Think... Greenhouse 3
Reese Witherspoon is changing Hollywood for women and it all began with Legally Blonde. As she revealed in a recent interview with ITV, it was actually this 'modern feminist manifesto' that inspired Reese Witherspoon to make feminist movies and ultimately create a production company, Hello Sunshine, which aims to represent the voices of real and diverse women. In her unrelenting fight for gender equality, she also spearheaded the Time's Up movement where 400 women in the film industry stood up against workplace harassment. So why Greenhouse 3? Well, because Reese Witherspoon has often been seen drinking green juices and we know she'll definitely love this lean green low sugar juice too!
2. Michelle Obama
"No country can ever truly flourish if it stifles the potential of its women and deprives itself of the contributions of half of its citizens."
We Think... Blue Spirulina Lemonade
There is no doubt that Michelle Obama revolutionised the role of the First Lady. Not only did she carve out a highly successful career in her own right, she also uses her status for good. For one, she led the 'Let Girls Learn' initiative which aimed to help educate 62 million girls around the world. Let's also remember when Michelle was at the United State of Women Summit and had a message for men in the world, "Be better fathers. Good lord, just [be] good fathers who love your daughters and [be] solid example of what it means to be a good man in the world." For someone as spectacular as FLOTUS, we know that she would love our vibrant and special Blue Spirulina Lemonade.
3. Emma Watson
“[Feminism]’s not about us convincing you that gender equality is worth engaging in only because there might be something in it for you, or in it for your sister or your mother. The question is, what’s in it for humans?”
We Think... Clean Carrot
Emma Watson's enthusiasm for social justice is unwavering, especially when it comes to gender equality. Appointed as the UN Women Goodwill Ambassador in July 2014, Emma Watson has been incredibly dedicated to promoting gender equality. She's has not only been involved in the promotion of girls' education, but also continues to inspire women everywhere by starting Our Shared Shelf, an intersectional feminist bi-monthly book club which has featured amazing writers of colour such as Rupi Kaur and Sabrina Mahfouz. Her love for inspiring and thought-provoking books makes Clean Carrot a perfect fit; rich in vitamin A, our Clean Carrot is a perfect drink for book lovers like Emma because it contributes to good eye health! 👀
4. Blake Lively
"There would never be any negative connotation for a man being a boss, so to add a negative connotation on a woman being a boss? It's belittling. It doesn't encourage them to be a boss."
We Think... Orchard 3
Blake Lively does not shy away from talking about and advocating against gendered issues, namely sex trafficking and child exploitation. At the same time, Blake has also championed feminist parenting! Policing gendered language, Blake and her husband, Ryan Reynolds, no longer uses derogatory terms like 'bossy' to describe their two daughters (James and Inez). And no matter how many feminist projects she works on, she says family always matters most. We love a strong woman who strives to the best mother, so with this in mind, Orchard 3 - a popular choice among families - seems like the excellent drink for Blake and her children.
5. Serena Williams
"What others marked as flaws or disadvantages about myself – my race, my gender – I embraced as fuel for my success. I never let anything or anyone define me or my potential. I controlled my future."
We Think... Super Greens Smoothie
You simply cannot refute that Serena Williams has dominated tennis in a way few have dominated any sport. She's won 72 career titles, and 39 of these are Grand Slam titles! Can we just recall how she won the 2017 Australian Open whilst two months pregnant?! And while she works hard to show off her extraordinary athleticism, she also dedicates a lot of time to deliver her message of equality for women; just read Serena's incredible article, which addresses race and gender in the digital age. Changing the face of women's tennis with her powerful serve, we think the Super Greens Smoothie is a great drink to compliment her energy and athleticism!
6. Victoria Beckham
"I accept the way that I look and I make the most of what I’ve got. I think that, as women, we should learn to take compliments and be kind to ourselves as well as each other."
We Think... Charcoal Lemonade
Debuting as part of Spice Girls in 1994, Victoria Beckham and her 4 bandmates were the epitome of female empowerment. Fast forward to 2019, the nation's favourite 'Posh Spice' has now become the powerful and elegant icon with her very own fashion empire! And while many know her for the brand she has built, few know that she is also the United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for UNAIDS. Here's a snippet of her first speech as a UN Ambassador, "I would do anything for my children and I think every woman has the right to health and every woman has the right to give their children a healthy future." YES! For the chic feminist that she is, there is no drink more fitting for her than a Charcoal Lemonade.