Since its inception, Rolling Stone has led the charge on taste-making and pop culture. To celebrate the release of the magazine’s “Women Shaping the Future” issue, Revolution was asked to produce an event fit for their influential guest list. Inspired by the color palette and geometric shapes in the editorial layout, we worked with the historic Altman Building to transform the space into a catered luncheon complete with music programming and panel discussions. From sourcing and outfitting the venue, to handling musicians’ backline, to ensuring talent needs were met, Revolution served as executive producer. The empowering event went off without a hitch due to our unwavering commitment as we provided support for the magazine, the venue, the musicians, the panelists, and the guests.
Taking the Stage
A custom designed stage hosted panel discussions led by Rolling Stone editor Alex Morris Kling with leaders such as Leana Wen (president, Planned Parenthood), Jahana Hayes (Rolling Stone’s Women Shaping the Future cover star; congresswoman, CT), and Tamron Hall (TV host, journalist, and philanthropist) as well as musical performances by Emily King and Grace VanerWaal.
Empowering Future Leaders
An Instagram-worthy photo moment and custom interactive art piece served as the perfect backdrop to capture #WomenShapingTheFuture. Guests had the opportunity to write messages of empowerment that were sent out via Girls, Inc to girls around the country. All flowers and unused décor were also donated to NYC women-centered non-profit organizations.
Guests were photographed on our red carpet with custom designed Step & Repeat. Press from XXX, XXX, and XXX covered the event.