Forever 21

Retailers have a long, troubled history of hijacking feminism for profit, not progress.
The struggling fashion retail giant will reportedly close 350 of its stores and cease operations in 40 countries.
The singer is suing the retail chain for using imagery from her album and song “Thank U Next" in order to “create the false perception of her endorsement.”
Some "Black Panther" fans were not happy with the retailer, to say the least.
While fast-fashion is single handedly taking over our closets with inexpensive brands like H&M and Forever 21, we may not
If you’re bored with your regular ol’ American clothing destinations like Everlane, Nordstrom or Forever 21, mix up your
Leave those little black dresses and sparkly sheaths at home.