Highlights & Playlist: Merry Christmas 2017

The hey woman! Team wishes you all a Merry Christmas! We have prepared a little look back at 2017 and a playlist for the holidays

2017 is (finally) over, my dears. It was a year that brought some wild and exciting phases and times along with it and rushed away like an ICE train from Berlin to Munich. There were some milestones for us here at hey woman!. We moved into our new office in August, which gives us more space to creatively realize more things. We’re still waiting on a few bits of furniture, but of course the promised housewarming party will happen as soon as everything’s ready. Our team grew, as well: Madeleine joined the fashion department in October to give it 110% full-speed ahead here in the future. And thank you to our dream partners, all of which have made us so happy over the last 12 months, Chanel and Gucci included.

We already put ourselves in a festive mood at the Christmas party in our new office with a delicious menu from Sister Kitchen Berlin, a catering service operated by Kate Bailey (formerly of Sweethearts Berlin). Accompanied by music, candlelight, and one or a few glasses of wine, we rang out our shared (hey woman!) year. A great evening with a great team!

Last, but certainly not least, we want to give a special thanks to you, our loyal readers. Hey woman! wouldn’t be what it is without you. We really enjoyed the community events with you (click here, here, and here)! And if you’d like to revisit some highlights of 2017 over the holidays, please check these out:

We’ve put together another two-week-long topic series for you on social media (Instagram: @heywomancom) and, in keeping with tradition, we’ve also put together a small playlist to get you in the holiday mood. Relax, enjoy the time off, and have a happy new year. We’re looking forward to coming back in 2018 with our batteries fully recharged!

Translation: Melissa Frost

Julia co-founded one of the first fashion blogs in Germany in 2007 and became a freelance consultant for digital strategies after publishing her first book in 2010. After an eventful four years with Condé Nast working mainly in the digital department of Vogue Germany, she decided to launch her own online magazine with her dream partner, Veronika Heilbrunner. She is based in Berlin and loves to read books.