Alicya Sinclair host Leadership Talk with her Mother for International Women’s Day in Abu Dhabi, UAE
4th March 2019 - An exclusive invitation to 50 of the most powerful and influential women in Abu Dhabi.
St Regis Hotel, Abu Dhabi: Celebrating ahead of International Women’s Day, Sinclair London presented at the Connecting Women Event at the St Regis Abu Dhabi. The inspiration for the event drew from Caroline Astor who was known for creating America’s first high society register.
She would only select 400 acquaintances and friends and invite them for private dinner parties, afternoon teas and galas.
With this in mind, the talented marketing team at the St Regis Abu Dhabi curated the themed event “Queen of Hearts”. Executed by a leading lady herself, Head of Marketing for the St Regis Abu Dhabi, Sona Shah and supported by General Manager and team Moustafa Sakr. An exclusive invitation was sent to 50 of the most powerful and influential women in Abu Dhabi with an opportunity to socially network and connect over afternoon tea at the world’s most luxurious and highest suspended suits – The Abu Dhabi Suite. The suite is within the clouds that connects the two Nation Towers together, which suspends 220 meters above ground.
The founder of Sinclair London, Alicya Sinclair and her mother joined forces to curate a strong and powerful story of “Elevating Women to New Heights” through leadership and style.
Jan is in her own right being a power player as one of the top 100 BAME influential Leaders in the UK, a life coach and Global Lead of Merges and Acquisitions for IBM. In her session, she broke down her “A-Z” of the key characteristics, traits and behaviours powerful leaders should possess.
During the event, Alicya highlighted some of the most key & classic, yet essential pieces any influential women should possess in their professional wardrobes to make that first & long lasting impression - followed by an alternative way of shopping – “The Beauty of Bespoke”. “The perfect fit all round as to serve is to not to change the world but to dress the women who do.”