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In a bid to give more prominence to women’s fashion in the 21st century, fashion brand Urban Outfitters is giving back to Victorian women in a new collection.

The first three of the four collections, which will be released at the end of March, will feature styles from the period from Victorian era to the 1960s.

“In the last 10 years, women have made enormous strides in the empowerment of women,” Urban Outfits CEO Jill Lacey said in a statement.

Urban Outfitts will feature women’s dresses from the 1890s to the 1920s, dresses and blouses from the 1920’s to the 1950s, and accessories such as necklaces, earrings, and necklacing earrings.

These are the most fashion forward styles from a period that was in some ways, in some cases, a little more “traditional” than the more modern women that we know today.

“Urban Outfits is really bringing together the most beautiful of women’s style that women have always created,” Ms Lacey told The Hindu.

“We are really going to be using the past as a jumping off point to look at the present.

It is really exciting to see how much women’s design and style has changed over the last two decades.”

Ms Lacey also spoke about how Urban Outletts plans to partner with local charities.

“These projects help us create a sense of community,” Ms Gadd said.

While she does not have a full-time spokesperson, Ms Gad said Urban Outfitter was currently partnering with several local charities to “give back to our community” through programs such as the Women’s Charity Club and the Victorian Woman’s Association.

“It is important for women to feel comfortable in their own skin and feel confident that there is a community out there that cares about them,” Ms Murchison said.

“As an organisation, we are trying to get more women into our community, which is great, but it is also important for us to understand that they are not alone.”

Urban Outfitters first collection of Victorian women clothing will be available for purchase on Wednesday at its Melbourne branch.

For more information about Urban Outfitting, visit the company’s website at urbanoutfitters.com.au or follow Urban Outwear on Facebook and Twitter.

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