A group of international fashion designers and fashion professionals is launching a new initiative to help women dress for their period.
The Women’s Wear Daily (WDW) is an online fashion magazine that aims to educate women about the importance of their periods and to inspire them to wear the clothes that fit them best.
The website, which launched in December, features women’s and men’s clothes from brands including Abercrombie & Fitch, Prada, and Ralph Lauren, as well as women’s clothing from fashion designers like Donna Karan, Kate Spade, and Marc Jacobs.
The group hopes to help educate women on the importance to wear their periods as much as possible, which is often referred to as the “woman’s body.”WDW CEO Jennifer Regan told Business Insider that it was important for women to be aware of their body’s health and to wear what fits their body best.
She added that the organization aims to encourage people to wear dresses and skirts for their menstrual cycles.
“We have seen women in many industries over the years who have said, ‘I don’t know if I can wear a dress or a skirt.
It’s just too tight.’,” Regan said.
“I think that women need to be able to be comfortable and be comfortable in their own skin and their own style.”
Women who want to know more about the Women’s Swimwear program can visit their site here.