Hot ticket: Dior's "We Should All Be Feminists" tee has taken the fashion industry by storm, with everyone from Natalie Portman to Chiara Ferragni donning it. Rihanna has also worn the tee—but she's gone one step further. Dior has just announced that it will be donating a percentage of proceeds from each T-shirt sold to Rihanna's charity, the Clara Lionel Foundation. Her nonprofit "is dedicated to supporting and funding groundbreaking and effective education, health and emergency response programs around the world," per Dior's press release. Shop the T-shirt on Dior's website.
Joining forces: Rebecca Minkoff has teamed up with Feed on a collection of three bags to celebrate International Women's Day. The brand explained the charitable element in a press release: "With each purchase, the foldover clutch provides 37 meals, the Feed bag provides 62 meals and the tote provides 74 meals." Mark your calendars: The bags launch tomorrow and will be available in the brand's stores as well as on RebeccaMinkoff.com and FeedProjects.com.
Brick and mortar: Get excited because Edie Parker just opened its very first retail store. Located in New York City, the colorful shop was designed by Brett Heyman, who described the inspiration as "Gio Ponti meets Gloria Vanderbilt." Get the need-to-know details on the new store on Edie Parker's website.
Exciting update: Personal style service Stitch Fix just announced a new program dedicated to plus-size styling. The company offers wares from over 90 brands with plus sizes and has compiled a specially trained team to help enhance curvier shapes and find perfect fits. Find out more on Stitch Fix's website.
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