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Today's Bite-Sized News 🍪

Today's Bite-Sized News 🍪

How much are you willing to spend in the name of feminism?

Dior recently released some promotional images featuring Jennifer Lawrence wearing the brand’s iconic “We Should All Be Feminists” shirt. It’s the same one that launched in September of last year and became an instant hit. J-Law is an outspoken feminist, and we love her for it, but we’re sceptical if Dior is genuinely supporting the movement, or just in it for the money. Actually, we’re 99.99997% confident that they’re just in it to capitalize on the cause- because the shirt is $710. Yes, you read that correctly. Dior is a luxury brand, so a hefty price is to be expected, but how can a brand ask “everyone” to support the cause while almost “no one” can afford that kind of price tag? Let us know what you think! 

Yes, you can buy it here. Images courtesy of Dior. 

Is it fair to judge women based on the men in their lives?

Is it fair to judge women based on the men in their lives?


As President Donald Trump’s actions continue to inspire protests across the country, his daughter Ivanka has become a popular target of activists encouraging people to boycott retailers selling her products. A handful of companies including Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, and Shoes.com have dropped Ivanka Trump’s fashion line since the anti-Trump boycott movement #GrabYourWallet launched on social media in October. On Wednesday, President Donald Trump weighed in, saying Nordstrom’s treatment of his daughter is “unfair.”
Here’s a list of the companies that have dropped Ivanka Trump’s fashion line so far: Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Shoes.com, Belk, Jet, ShopStyle, and Gilt. 

By: Hayley Peterson and Kate Taylor
Submitted by Jessica

Naturally Perfect Dolls take Shark Tank

Naturally Perfect Dolls take Shark Tank

The Naturally Perfect Doll just won a $200K investment from its appearance on the show Shark Tank, and we couldn’t be more excited about this step toward inclusivity. The collection was created by parents Angelica and Jason Sweeting, who found the need for a natural haired doll line that caters to young Black girls after finding a void in the market while shopping for their 3-year-old daughter, Sophia, years ago. The hair is washable and the facial features were sculpted from photographs of mother and daughter. The hair even looks like Sophia’s!



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