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Celebrate Pride Month in style with Kohl’s new ph by The Phluid Project collection

June is Pride Month and Kohl’s is already celebrating with an amazing new partnership.

The retailer has teamed up with ph by The Phluid Collection, an LGBTQIA+ owned, gender-free fashion brand, to launch a collection that’s suitable for any and everyone.

The lineup includes a variety of Pride-themed tops with empowering phrases such as “Lead With Love” and “Ask Me My Pronouns.”

The line also includes trendy tie-dye looks and rainbow-colored tops that can be casually styled with jeans, shorts, skirts and more.

In addition to its ph by The Phluid Collection partnership, Kohl’s also has a wide assortment of clothing, accessories, shoes and home items that will get you in the mood to show your pride.

The retailer has also committed to donating $100,000 to The Trevor Project the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQIA+ teens.

Check out 10 amazing finds from the latest collaboration

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How Female Founders In Fashion Are Increasingly Making Their Mark

As fashion evolves each year, a new power dynamic is coming into play more than ever. A study by Business of Fashion revealed that women designed 40% of womenswear fashion brands, but they only make up about 14% of leadership positions among the largest fashion brands. Another report found that women lead less than 13% of Fortune 1000 Retail and Apparel companies.

However, there is little doubt that female fashion founders are increasingly making their mark by promoting sustainable products, revolutionizing plus-size fashions, and championing inclusive designs.

The Women Behind Fashion’s New Sustainable Statements

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Mulberry’s Alexa Bag Was Inspired by British Fashion Mogul Alexa Chung

What’s your favorite handbag these days? Purse and bag aficionados might have a collection of Gucci, Dior, Coach, or Hermès. But what about the Mulberry Alexa bag? Do you remember the splash these legendary satchels made just over a decade ago?

The Mulberry Alexa bag bears the name of a British celebrity. And it’s not the first brand to name or rename a popular bag after a muse or iconic star. The UK fashion mogul Alexa Chung inspired the popular Mulberry Alexa bag. And there’s more to get excited about if you thought you’d never get your hands on one.

Alexa Chung smiling

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Who the muse is for the Mulberry Alexa bag

It was 2010 when purse and handbag enthusiasts first laid eyes on the Mulberry Alexa bag. It was inspired by British fashion legend and muse Alexa Chung. The bags themselves were easily recognizable by

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Yseult Redefines “French Girl Style” on the Cannes Red Carpet

Certain corners of the American Internet have long been obsessed with the idea of “French Girl style.” In fact, the entire plot of Netflix’s mega-hit Emily in Paris could be boiled down to “basic American girl tries in vain to capture that elusive ‘French girl style.’” The term itself is mostly innocuous, but it does conjure up a very specific (and limited) vision: a white, thin woman with that paradoxically perfectly messy hair who wears vintage Chanel blazers and ballet flats as casually as a Hanes t-shirt and flip flops. But frankly, that’s not even particularly inclusive of actual modern French women with style.

For proof, look no further than the French singer Yseult. She’s emerged over the past few years as one of the most sought-after style icons in France, and has been dressed by Mugler (including that bodysuit), Gaultier, and Balmain, among other high fashion designers. To officially

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