The report also flags two ongoing challenges; women are more likely to work part-time and they invest more hours in housework or caring for elderly relatives than men. Many who can afford help choose not to, because there is a degree of stigma attached to outsourcing household chores in Scandinavia. Even the region’s most high-profile influencer and businesswoman, Isabella Löwengrip, faced criticism when she hired a personal assistant after divorcing her husband.
Swedish skincare lovers turned out for Vogue’s Löwengrip masterclass on Wednesday, February 27 2019, to celebrate the launch of the Scandinavian brand into Myer stores around Australia and hear advice from Isabella Löwengrip, founder and creative director of Löwengrip, and Pingis Hadenius, founder and CEO of Löwengrip.
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