JACKIE BURGER, SALON 58

Former editor of ELLE, Jackie Burger started Salon 58 as a space to embrace and empower women through regular soirées. In the spirit of France’s salonnières, Burger also holds personal style consultations to help build a woman’s self expression and sense of identity. ‘We underwrite the value of “girls compete with each other; women empower one another”,’ says Burger. ‘My commitment to women is to be a close ally and a supportive companion as we explore and unlock the allure and true understanding of what it means to be a woman in today’s challenging and demanding society.’ She embraces the statement that it’s the woman who wears the dress, not the dress that wears the woman.

JACKIE BURGER, SALON 58 Photo Gallery



In an unforgiving world where we are constantly under pressure to be perfectly ‘put together’, she zones in on the authentic needs of a woman, helping her to recognise her self-worth and confidence, and working out how this can be translated in a personal style that truly reflects her sense of self. On the other hand, at the core of Salon 58 is the will to empower local creatives by showcasing talent at her regular soirées.

Each event will see a bevy of local artists participating in and translating the content of the event. ‘Creativity is a powerful cultural asset stimulating the future of a design-based economy. Conversation, collaboration and creativity spur a mindset of community and empowerment.’ Salon 58 aims to focus on cultivating an appreciation for beautiful fabrics, quality tailoring and the joy of understanding just how to wear it well.

JACKIE BURGER, SALON 58

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