The NYC-based, produced-and-inspired by Mexico BARRAGÁN redefines silhouettes and disregards the gender binary.
First recognized for his LEO MS-DOS shirt under his ytinifninfinity label, Victor Barragán reliably delivers street chic statement pieces.
Kerby Jean-Raymond used his Spring/Summer 2016 Pyer Moss runway collection to protest police brutality. He lost more than $120,000 after retailers pulled their orders. But Kerby didn't back down. Today the CFDA winner and Rebook Artistic Director is recognized for his talent, message and vision. From the looks of it, he's only just beginning.
Argent suits boldly blend style and function. Their suits have pockets for tampons, pens, cash and cards so you don't have to bring a bag with you every single place you go. Lined with eyewear-cleaning fabric and expertly tailored, these bulge-free pockets are just one example of Argent's functional workwear.
These African wax prints represent culture, heritage and tradition. Founded by Youssouf Fofana and located in 18th arr. in Paris, the Maison Château Rouge sources from local artisans and designs garments inspired by the community.
What's more Americana than red, white and blue? Gayer than the rainbow? HOMOCO, Daniel DuGoff's queer Americana lifestyle brand. Their versatile tops and power bottoms have bold prints, modern cuts and sustainable materials that hit at the heart of nostalgia–without compromise.
This Phillip Lim x Woolmark collaboration was designed for the 3.1 global citizen. In the elegant and expertly tailored 24-piece collection Phillip shows us what is possible with a sustainably conscious and renewable fiber like merino wool.
"Wearing vibrant colors should not come at the cost of tainting our natural resources." Industry of all Nations crafts sustainably sourced, naturally dyed, organic and biodegradable products all day, everyday.
Inspired by Rio's Carioca (Brazilian beach-going locals), Vanilla Sand creates grab-and-go, soft, sexy beachwear essentials. With swimwear made from recycled ocean plastic and beachwear from organic cotton and linen, you'll vibe hard with the ocean.
Willy Chavarria is a Brooklyn-based designer and leading Latinx pioneer in the fashion industry. With designs that respect and represent Chicano culture, collections are clean, genderless, and often with bold call-to-actions. Recent collab with Hummel is sick and available now.
Founded by Erin Magee and based in NYC, mademe represents downtown youth culture. Remember being (or seeing) that fearless against-the-grain 90's grrrl? Mademe embodies this mentality and flies with it.
Mexico City-based designer Carla Fernández partners with Mexican artisans to create the brands' ethical clothing, textiles and housewares. Recently worn by Darla K. Anderson at the Oscars, the producer of Pixar's Coco.