How These Major Fashion Brands Are Fighting the Wage Gap

Erin Fitzpatrick

Making strides: Several fashion brands are determined to achieve equal pay for women. As Fashionista reports, brands like Stella McCartney, Gap, and Rebecca Minkoff have all taken the White House's pledge to close the gender wage gap. Stella McCartney even issued a statement about what the brand has already accomplished to achieve that goal: "At Stella McCartney, we are proud of our gender diversity and are dedicated to continuing to foster a gender-balanced workplace. Women occupy 67% of our leadership team and we have an even higher number of women across the brand." Find out more about the Equal Pay Pledge on the White House's website. [Fashionista]

Denim duo: Citizens of Humanity has teamed up with MyTheresa.com on an exclusive collection of denim pieces inspired by '80s and '90s heavy metal music—think distressed denim vests and cool trucker jackets. Just launched today, the collaboration is available on Citizens of Humanity's website as well as MyTheresa.com. [Citizens of Humanity]

Decorating hack: If you peek inside any stylish person's home, you're bound to find an immaculately curated gallery wall. If you're stumped on how to execute one in your own space, simply read MyDomaine's pointers and you'll see the results in no time. [MyDomaine]

Celeb-approved: Byrdie chatted with Bella Thorne to get the scoop on her makeup routine—and she dished about everything. From what inspires her to her go-to products, this interview is chock-full of helpful beauty hints. [Byrdie]

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