This fashion student is turning old soda cans into glitzy and glamorous clothing.
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“I hope she remembers us when she’s at the next NYC fashion!”
He has designed for players on the Yankees, Red Sox and Phillies.
Each House of Aama clothing collection explores a different facet of Black history and culture, from their Creole spirituality-inspired Bloodroot Heritage Collection to their latest Resort Collection, which takes inspiration from the Black resort communities of the 1910s through 1960s.
Kim Shui’s clothes are a powerful celebration of her Chinese heritage and the female body. She takes In The Know into her studio to tell us more about her design process and the evolution of the brand.
Peder Cho upcycles pieces from Fendi, Christian Louboutin and Louis Vuitton.
Using only deadstock and recycled fabrics in their fashion creations, co-founders Abi Lierheimer and Ophelia Chen went out to pull from their Chinese-American background, “bridging East and West youth culture” into the fabric of their brand. The end result? A sustainable company with an authentic, engaged community
The “Making the Cut” winner is on a quest to empower women through her clothes.
These five Gen Z creatives are using art to tell their stories and transform their communities.