The Mykonos dress from Caitlin Covington x Pink Lily.


Blogger and Influencer Caitlin Covington Launches Collection With Pink Lily

The collaboration focuses on feminine, fun and vacation styles.

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MPs Ask ‘Boohoo to Put Its Money Where Its Mouth Is,’ in Letter

In a letter to Boohoo’s chairman, Parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee pressed for updates and requested tying “generous” exec bonuses to ESG.

clock March 4, 2021Kaley Roshitsh

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Fashion Makes Change Invests in Putting Women at the Center of Sustainable Development

Theory, Michael Kors, Gabriela Hearst and more partner with Fashion Makes Change to round up purchases in support of women’s education.

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Looks from Cara Cara's Fall 2021 collection

Fashion Scoops

Cara Cara Unveils Fall Collection

The New York-based ready-to-wear label, known for its optimistic, feminine fashions, leans lightly into the bohemian spirit for fall.

clock March 4, 2021Emily Mercer

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Why Boohoo ‘Forced Labor’ Suspicions Beg Broader Questioning

Boohoo and Leicester apparel-makers are under initial investigation by U.S. Customs. What happens next could bring accountability to fashion.

clock March 3, 2021Kaley Roshitsh

Get to Know: ENDIEU

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Get to Know: Endieu

Get to know the designers behind the ever-evolving brand, Endieu.

clock March 3, 2021Kimberly Infante

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Short Takes: Brands Seek ‘Public Appraisal,’ B Corp Status as New Bragging Rights

Brands such as Tidal New York and designer Shaina Mote are making swift, sustainable changes in an era of greenwashing.

clock March 3, 2021Kaley Roshitsh

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New York City’s Annual Textile Waste – As High as Empire State Building

In its third year, ReFashion Week promotes awareness of New York City’s textile waste issue, drawing wide-reaching fashion support.

clock March 3, 2021Kaley Roshitsh

Amazon's Making the Cut Season Two

Fashion Scoops

Jeremy Scott, Winnie Harlow Join ‘Making the Cut’ Season Two

The fashion designer and model will join Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn as judges for the second season of the Amazon fashion competition series.

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Fashion Features

First Look: Becky G’s PrettyLittleThing Collaboration

The line is out today at 8 a.m. PT.

clock March 2, 2021Ryma Chikhoune

#StopAsianHate GoFundMe

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Phillip Lim, Eva Chen Support GoFundMe’s #StopAsianHate Fundraising Hub

The hub is meant to centralize fundraising efforts that support the AAPI community.

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Chico’s FAS Loses $360 Million in 2020

E-commerce and lingerie brand Soma continue to be bright spots. But not enough to offset losses.

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Target to Invest $4 Billion Annually to Grow Its Ecosystem

The retailer plans to accelerate the pace of new store openings, update fulfillment capabilities and add more local distribution centers.

clock March 2, 2021Kellie Ell

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4 Lessons From Zero-Waste Pioneers at ReFashion Week

In a ReFashion Week panel on scaling the zero-waste movement, experts from Lenzing, Version Tomorrow and more shared their insight.

clock March 1, 2021Kaley Roshitsh

Golden Globes 2021 Fashion: How 11 Red Carpet Outfits Looked on the Runway

Fashion Scoops

How 11 Golden Globes Outfits Looked Like on the Runway

Many celebrities looked to couture and ready-to-wear pieces from the likes of Chanel, Dior, Valentino and more for their virtual red carpet appearances.

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FILE - In this Monday, Nov. 5, 2018 file photo, a woman walks past the logo for Google at the China International Import Expo in Shanghai. Google says it's making progress on plans to revamp Chrome user tracking technology aimed at improving privacy even as it faces challenges from regulators and officials.  The company gave an update Monday, Jan. 25, 2021 on its work to remove from its Chrome browser so-called third-party cookies, which are used by a website's advertisers or partners and can be used to track user browsing habits across the internet.  (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan, File)


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