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Style Notes: Reformation's "Action Tees" for Charity; Vetements' Secret L.A. Event Revealed

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Reformation Releases "Action Tees" to Raise Funds for Non-Profits [Instagram]
The Reformation is the latest brand to get political. The Los Angeles-based cheeky sustainable fashion label released a collection of five "Action Tees" featuring the sayings, "Save the Earth It's the Only Planet with Meryl" and "More Trees Less Wall," which retail for $50 each. The brand will donate $30 to one of three non-profit organizations — the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), the ACLU and Planned Parenthood — for each tee purchased. "Reformation is a company built by women and immigrants," reads the brand's Instagram post on the initiative.

Vetements Releases Location of L.A. "Dry Cleaning" Event [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
On Monday, Vetements posted on Instagram about a "Dry Cleaning" event that would take place at a "secret location" in Los Angeles on Thursday. The label on Wednesday officially revealed that the event will be going down at the Maxfield space on Melrose Avenue (as we had predicted) from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. The official invite reads "EVERYONE WELCOME" and "FREE ENTRY." We suspect that given the checklist on the "dry cleaning" receipt, the Parisian brand will be offering limited-edition Beverly Hills-branded merch. 

 

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Business of Fashion Launches "Tied Together" Campaign to Promote Inclusivity During Fashion Month [BoF]
Ahead of Fashion Month, Business of Fashion has launched a "tied together" campaign to promote inclusivity in the industry. The trade is asking readers, models, fashion show attendees, designers and press to "wear a white bandana as a sign to the world that you believe in the common bonds of humankind — regardless of race, sexuality, gender or religion." 

Rihanna Channels Amelia Earhart for Harper's Bazaar's 150th Anniversary Issue [Harper's Bazaar]
For its 150th anniversary issue, Harper's Bazaar tapped Rihanna as its cover girl. Riri dressed up in looks inspired by Amelia Earhart as a celebration of an essay the pilot penned in 1929 about dressing fashionably while in flight. The newly blonde pop star was photographed by Mariano Vivanco for the spread.

Vogue Taps Diverse Group of Models for Spring Fashion Issue Cover [Vogue]
Ashley Graham, Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid were among the seven women photographed by Inez and Vinoodh on a private beach in Malibu for the cover of Vogue's spring fashion issue. Liu Wen, Adwoa Aboah, Vittoria Ceretti and Imaan Hammam are also featured on the cover of the glossy, which celebrates "modern American women." The accompanying story goes on to discuss how the cover ladies are "democratizing fashion."

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