Get to know Hud Oberly, the Osage, Caddo and Comanche founder and designer of Brooklyn-based fashion brand, Here’s To You.
Myra Magdalen’s viral interior design style includes a wall devoted to worms and an homage to the dad from “Jimmy Neutron.”
The Brooklyn-based designer was inspired by her heritage to create her label, abacaxi.
Sara founded her fashion brand A–Company (@a____company) with the goal of designing the kinds of clothes she wanted to wear, and wasn’t seeing in the fashion world. She creates pieces that take inspiration from garment deconstruction as well as the queer community.
As the founder of the fashion label anOnlyChild (@anonlychild), Maxwell takes inspiration from his Jamaican roots and New York City street fashion to create looks that are totally unique.
Meet MI Leggett, the creative director behind the gender-free and anti-waste clothing brand, Official Rebrand. Leggett uses existing garments, which they then repurpose into pieces that are free of gender-defining boundaries.
At just 31, New York based designer, Mia Vesper, has already left an imprint on fashion thanks to her one-of-a-kind fabric rich creations. Vesper, who almost closed up shop during the pandemic, persevered despite setbacks, and today her celebrity clientele includes Beyoncé, Halsey and Billie Eilish — to name just a few.
Meet Blake Van Putten, CEO and Founder of CISE, a Black-owned clothing and accessories brand that believes in stronger threads for a stronger community.
Rio Uribe is making his mark on fashion and the world with his independent and inclusive brand, Gypsy Sport.
Terrence Zhou creates clothing meant to inspire and build connection between him and his wearers.