20% OFF! w/code: SPRING (excludes new release products)

0

Your Cart is Empty

You Can Fly - A Giveaway in Honor of Women in Aviation International

by Kerstin Shamberg May 18, 2019 1 min read

Pourquoi Princesse and Princess Awesome are joining forces to bring you the You Can Fly Giveaway in honor of Women in Aviation International!

It’s not enough to tell girls they can be anything. They need to learn about how other women became pilots including all the obstacles they overcame, and to see the world around them reflect that aviation is for girls, too.

Watch our contest video and meet the amazing Dorine Bourneton! She is the first  disabled female aerobatics pilot in the world and inspires us with her amazing story of resilience, courage and determination.

“Falling is an accident. Staying down is a choice."
-Dorine Bourneton

Read about our friends at Women in Aviation International by their Director of Communications, Kelly Murphy - and learn why it's so important to give girls and women the opportunity to fly. 

You Can Fly Giveaway by Princess Awesome + Pourquoi Princesse

Thank you for entering our giveaway! 

Kerstin Shamberg
Kerstin Shamberg


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in Awesome Thoughts from our Blog

About the Designer - Linda Aristizabal

by Eva St. Clair March 28, 2023 1 min read

Originally from Bogota, Colombia, Linda has six years of experience working in textiles for fashion as well as home and interiors. She currently works at Danica Brands full time as a surface designer and continues to creates fun patterns for licensing and Spoonflower in her spare time.
Read More
How I Drew That - the Creative Process at Princess Awesome

by Eva St. Clair March 28, 2023 4 min read

Read More
About the Designer - Eva St. Clair

by Rebecca Melsky March 27, 2023 2 min read

Eva St. Clair is a co-founder of Princess Awesome and its Chief Creative Officer. She sources all of the art for the company, working with over a hundred designers to bring unique, nerdy, whimsical, and most of all, stereotype-busting clothing to folks who just want to wear clothes that reflect their personalities and interests. 

Read More