Weekly News Update – Corporette.com

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  • MSN shared the looks that Kate Middleton repeats often.
  • The Wall Street Journal discussed how younger generations feel about their older relatives’ vintage fur coats.
  • Glamour provided 15 fashion brands that are headed by women.
  • Vox questioned the fashion industry’s impact on the environment.
  • Fast Company offered 4 sentences to include in a cover letter.
  • Good Morning America shared 4 tips from Harvard Business School professor Laura Huang on how to find your “edge” to be successful.
  • CNN reported that three attorneys general have sued to have the Equal Rights Amendment added to the Constitution.
  • Marie Claire interviewed straight women who’ve decided to co-parent children.
  • NPR profiled Donna Zakowska, the award-winning costume designer for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
  • The Mary Sue explored why female superheroes’ hairstyles aren’t practical.
  • The Washington Post asked why we spend so much on supplements.
  • Laugh of the Week: McSweeney’s offered how to find your correct bra size.

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