Even Beyoncé has been spotted in some of these black designer outfits.
New York Fashion Week 2022 highlighted upcoming fashions for Spring-Summer 2023 in a series of runway shows, presentations and other events. The list of participating designers has expanded with diversity as the Black in Fashion Council (BIFC) has given 10 black designers the opportunity to showcase their unique content at this year’s shows.
BIFC, founded by The cut Editor-in-Chief The people of Lindsay and public relations specialist Sandrine CharlesIt was launched in 2020 as an initiative to represent black individuals in the fashion and beauty industry. according to HuffPostBrands created by 10 black designers showcasing their work, Ajovang b Adrian GuilloryAtelier Ndigo by Waina ChancyHarbison b Charles HarbisonIzaila b Isha Dunston, Jessica Rich, Kwame Adusei, By Madam AdaMuehleder by Larisa MuhlederSammy B Designs by Samantha Blackand Vavounne by Valerie Blaise.
“We envision a workforce where Black people are represented and empowered at all levels, occupying positions at both the C-suite and junior levels, and working with partners to create diverse spaces that reflect the world at large,” the BIFC website says.
Melchimp partnered with the BIFC Discovery Showroom as its first sponsor, and for the council’s third NYFW look this year, the 10 selected black designers took to Spring Studio’s sixth floor for their contributions to the future of fashion.
One of this year’s featured designers, Izaila founder Isha Dunston spoke to sources about her brand. “Izaila is modern women’s clothing. It is based in Los Angeles, and the brand’s three pillars are women’s empowerment, integrity and representation. “My philosophy is I want to grow with the woman,” she added. It’s a journey. We are always evolving. We are not the women we were a year ago.
The line-up also featured Ghanaian luxury fashion designer Kwame Adusei. He showcased his gender-neutral fashions to the NYFW audience, prioritizing functionality and creativity.
“For me, a Kwame woman or a Kwame man is someone who is where I am: on the verge of making it. You are still on the go; You’re still coming. He or she really wants to be seen and represented, but they also want to be sexy. “When it’s time to run, you have to be ready,” he said in a statement.
Another appearance at this year’s show was Vavon creator Valerie Blaze. according to Ebony, The self-taught New York designer offers expertly crafted accessories this year, including handbags crafted from Italian leather.
Lindsey Peoples and Sandrine Charles, “The Black in Fashion Council is excited to continue helping emerging designers gain the visibility and reach they need, and we’re always looking for new opportunities to further their excellence. In a statement by the founders of the Black in Fashion Council.
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