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Regarding the Fashion Industry--What are the top 10 best for women?

Best Fashion Companies for Women? Top 10?

Fairygodboss member Anonymous

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    The fashion industry targets "women". Which fashion companies are the best for women to work at?
    For mobility & promotions? Work/life balance? For earning potential? And, gender equality?

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