The Female Fashion Designers To Keep An Eye On
Women have made significant impacts to the fight for equality worldwide, and while there’s still more work to be done, we wanted to shine light on a few designers making a difference in the fashion industry.
Aurora James, Brother Vellies
Brother Vellies was founded in 2013 with the goal of keeping traditional African design practices, and techniques alive while also creating and sustaining artisanal jobs. Using her social platform Aurora James has also become an advocate for change in the fashion industry through the 15% Pledge.
Each season, Simone Rocha pushes the boundaries of femininity with her collections. Her fall ‘20 line was one of the most impressive, inspired by and rooted in a woman’s resilience. There’s no question that Simone Rocha will remain on the scene for decades to come and continue to share women’s stories and design clothing only with them in mind.
Emily Adams Bode, Bode
At her core, Emily Adams Bode is a menswear designer, however, imagine how small the pool of recognized talent of female menswear designers is. Plus, in a landscape where unisex dressing is more popular than ever, there really is no reason for women not to wear Bode’s collections. =
Carly Cushnie, Cushnie
Marisa Hordern, Missoma
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