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Glam yes, but the fashion industry can harm the environment and some of its workers. Realizing the opportunity to change the business, some newer ethical companies are staring to make clothes differently. We rounded up six.

On this day exactly one year ago, 1,133 people were killed and more than 2,500 injured when a clothing factory complex collapsed. Today is the first Fashion Revolution Day, which promotes ethical fashion and urges us to turn inside out.

Your purse tells the world who you are. It's your home away from home, and portable office that needs to hold everything from tampons to tasters. So why not try the newest styles complete with three kinds of pockets, a zippered bottom and parachute?

Although there have been major shifts in the fashion industry recently with more shops adding larger sizes and models, it is fair to say some women have a difficult time finding fashionable size 16 clothing. But instead of having to seek out a shop with such sizes and styles, what if that shop came to you?

User-generated content is turning out to be good for the clothing company's sales. Data from the past year has shown that pictures with real customers wearing their products has an big impact on what fellow customers buy.

Forget granny panties, and get ready to have a bloody good time during that time of the month. Chicago-based design company, Harebrained Inc., has designed some underwear specifically for a woman's period.

How can fashion be feminist? Clothing company founder says by not objectifying or sexualizing women’s bodies, by making women feel positive about themselves, by running a company that treats employees well, and giving back to women in the developing world.

Pro Infirmis teamed up with Zurich’s Bahnhofstrasse (one of the world’s most expensive shopping streets) for the United Nations’ International Day of Persons with Disabilities to bring awareness and acceptance of people with disabilities. See the models reactions to seeing their mannequins.

Size 6 ladies you're great, but this campaign is for the size 14 and up crowd. Lingerie shop owner Chrystal Bougon has launched a campaign asking "real" women to submit photos of themselves to show the world that plus-size women embrace their curves. Victoria's Secret isn't the only lingerie game in town.

NYC Fashion Week ends today, but last week was a real extravaganza as Eden Miller presented the Spring/Summer 2014 collection for her clothing line, Cabiria. It was the first plus-size runway show in the history of the 70-year event.

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