By  on February 13, 2017

Having raised more than $1 million, collected 4,400 boxes of clothing and helped more than 20,000 women through their 2016 partnership, executives at Talbots, O, The Oprah Magazine and Dress for Success expect the growing sense of women’s empowerment to fortify this year’s initiative.

During a preview of The Oprah Magazine Collection for Talbots (30 percent of sales will benefit DFS), the retailer’s chief executive officer Lizanne Kindler said, “It’s not a matter of political affiliation or climate. What Dress for Success does is get more women out to the workplace. It’s actually more timely or emotional right now.”

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