Raising awareness on anorexia, obesity, and special physical needs through sales at ESTEEMbyDESIGN a store on Etsy.com.
The fashion landscape is ever-changing, ebbing and flowing around the current trends and offering a response to the societal pressures that people face. So, it’s appropriate that during these tumultuous times and with everything negative going on in the world, we should appreciate the achievements of people as a positive note. In light of the “Black lives Matter” movement, it’s the time for black creatives to take the spotlight and ultimately pave the way for better representation for the whole industry. So, in this article, I’ll divulge into a couple of my favourite black designers that should be or currently be on your radar.
Founder-designer Rachel Walters, of emerging women-wear, dress contemporary and sophisticated. What she gains the experience, she makes up in the know-how. Walters uses business acumen and communications as a result of making quality-made clothing.
A Love Letter to Black Designers
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My name is Adesuwa, but everyone calls me Ade (Ah-Day). I am an elementary school teacher, and have been for 8 years. I absolutely LOVE what I do because I feel I get to make a difference every day and I love watching them grow throughout the year! My kids (students) love seeing my new designs and pictures, I usually show them my site weekly and many of them use it as inspiration for working on their own “business”. This is a short story about how my business started.
Made en Moroc was born in September of 2019 and created by Sabrina Boose. The name was inspired by her mother's homeland of Morocco. The idea of creating her own business that would represent both her mother's culture and her own unique taste and inspiration was something she had in mind for years. Born in Los Angeles, fashion and self-expression has been a significant influence in Sabrina’s life. In addition to being interested in fashion, Sabrina has an artistic eye and hand for creativity. She always knew she wanted to create something that could be shared with others who found interest in her ideas and had similar style and taste. Starting a business with no prior experience was the risk she was willing to take to jumpstart her dream.
Coco Chanel inspires me in so many ways with her humility, perseverance, and style.