One Red Lipstick set to launch March 8

As the editor of the Puslinch Pioneer and author of three books, Anne Day is no stranger to the written word.  

On March 8, International Women’s Day, her latest editing project, One Red Lipstick, will launch.

A young twenty-something Spenser Chapple set out to find role models of women who, despite what was happening in their lives, dusted themselves off and went on to find success on their own terms.

Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, she raised the funds to make a documentary and accompanying book – One Red Lipstick, in which she shares the stories of 24 entrepreneurial women from across North America.

While the situations and backgrounds vary, the one common thread is the resilience the women demonstrated when the chips were down.

“I was honoured and excited to work on this project.  The women in the book are inspiring –  bouncing back from embezzlement, bankruptcy, death of a child to their own health challenges,” Day said in a press release.

“It has been a rewarding project and I am confident that the stories in both the book and documentary will empower women to believe in themselves.”

The book is being launched at an International Women’s Day event being held in Guelph when one of the women profiled, Linda Lundstrom,  iconic Canadian fashion designer, will be the keynote speaker.

The documentary will premiere in May at the Journey 2 Success conference hosted by Company of Women.  

To learn more about the One Red Lipstick project visit