Because March is Women’s History Month, and in honour of International Women’s Day on 8 March — a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women — I’m sharing three round-ups that spotlight women-owned brands.

Fab Links from Our Members

A Stylish Take on an Old-Fashioned Craft.” Runcarla says: “As a kid in the ‘60s, I made paper dolls with outfits created from wallpaper samples! I wonder if paper dolls will be the next adult colouring books?”

She also found this older article about dressing a larger bust very interesting.

Nemosmom enjoyed this article on how to make your clothes last forever.

A decade ago, nuancedream would have never thought of the fashion industry as one that needs to be regulated. However, considering the adverse impact on the health of the planet and the devastating toll on workers, this is an idea whose time is now.

Nikki and Always Trying point us to this round-up of 25 stylish sweater vests for Spring.

kkards found this article about The Row very interesting: “I had no idea it was the #1 brand at Barneys, nor did I know that they were committed to manufacturing in the US. Sounds like a lot of compromise will be made to keep the brand alive.”

Annagybe recommends “10 Amazing Style Subcultures from Around the World.”

Fashintern is seeing Serena Williams’ ad for Stuart Weitzman with her daughter all over her social media. Here’s a peek behind the scenes.

Vogue has a fun YouTube series, where famous performers, artists, and celebrities break down their most iconic looks. This episode, with Catherine O’Hara (Schitt’s Creek), is one of Mary Beth’s favourites.

Cat2 loved that Jane Fonda rewore her chic white suit to the 2021 Golden Globes.