Nicole Corbett, Carolyn Rush, Lela Feldmeier, Barbara Corcoran, Bumble Campaign, Worn

In our feminist utopia, it isn’t strange for a woman to make the first move and ask out someone they’re interested in. Lucky for us, there’s Bumble and today on International Women’s Day they’re celebrating 250 million first moves made by women on the app by shining a spotlight on four women who have made the first move, and made history.

Worn worked with Bumble to tell the stories of four incredible women. Aly Raisman, the first American to win Olympic Gold on floor. Barbara Corcoran, the first woman to start a realty firm in New York City (and sell it for $66M). Sophia Danenberg, the first African American woman to climb Mt. Everest. And Kelsea Ballerini, the first female country artist to have three consecutive #1s.

Here are some behind the scenes images of the Bumble shoots. It was one of the most fun and rewarding projects we’ve been proud to be a part of.

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