The founder of cult NYC-based streetwear label Aimé Leon Dore is taking over the footwear brand’s Made in USA line, becoming the latest high-profile designer to grab a long-term creative role at a sneaker maker.
Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, the American fashion organization has announced the launch of Impact, a multi-layered initiative that aims to create opportunities in fashion for underrepresented communities.
Most of the fashion week's regulars won't be presenting during the four-day event, which runs February 14 through 17 this season, with some brands opting to show off calendar, while others have yet to announce plans.
According to LaunchMetrics, the looks worn by the U.S.’s first female vice president at this week’s Presidential Inauguration stirred up significant interest around Christopher John Rogers, Sergio Hudson and Pyer Moss.
After stepping in as head of Reebok Studies last year, the Haitian-American designer is now taking over creative direction for the whole brand, as well as joining the Adidas-owned label's leadership team.
The NYC-based brand has launched “Exist to Resist,” a platform dedicated to bringing attention to social justice organizations, and has revealed the first installment in a series of charitable limited-edition products.