Harlem's Fashion Row
Harlem's Fashion Row Is Only Getting Bigger and Better
Now in its 15th year, the group kicked off New York Fashion Week with a very special anniversary show — and a very big new partnership.
Must Read: Revlon Files for Bankruptcy, Harlem's Fashion Row Announces Partnership With LVMH North America
Plus, a new podcast addressing sustainability in fashion.
Must Read: Revolve Is Opening a Store, Barbie Partners With Harlem's Fashion Row
Plus, Chloé wants to improve fashion's social impacts.
Three Harlem's Fashion Row Designers Created the Looks Worn by the Newest American Girl Dolls
"It was all about, 'Who's the future? What's the future?' And when I look at the landscape of designers, Samantha Black, Nichole Lynel and Kristian Lorén represent what the dolls stand for and what the future of fashion will be."
Harlem's Fashion Row Opens New York Fashion Week With 'Renaissance Forever'
A testament to the enduring power of Black creatives to innovate and push culture forward in the face of oppression.
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Must Read: 'Vogue' Announces Lineup for 5th Forces of Fashion Conference, The New 'Gossip Girl' Cast Covers 'Cosmopolitan'
Plus, Valentino Beauty is launching makeup.
What People in the Fashion and Beauty Industries Are Looking Forward to in 2021
Joan Smalls, Brandon Maxwell, Aurora James, Prabal Gurung and more weigh in.
Must Read: Barack Obama Covers Special Edition of 'InStyle,' 'Out' Announces Out100 Honorees
Plus, the winner of the Harlem's Fashion Row and Banana Republic design competition is announced.
Must Read: Black in Fashion Council Partners With Fred Segal, Matthew Williams on the New Givenchy
Plus, Teyana Taylor, Halima Aden, Telfar Clemens and more cover 'CR Fashion Book'.
Must Read: Barbie Ferreira Covers 'Cosmo,' Museum Fashion Collections Confront Their Lack of Diverse Objects
Plus, how coronavirus is changing the relationship between brands and media.
Harlem's Fashion Row Returns to New York Fashion Week with Runways, Awards and a Brand-New Format
"This year's theme is 'Black is the new Black,' because we haven't just arrived here," says CEO and founder Brandice Daniel.
Must Read: The Row Is in Financial Trouble, Harlem's Fashion Row Re-Opens Applications for Icon 360 Fund
Plus, did resellers really buy up all the Telfar bags?
Fashion and Beauty Brands Start Grants for BIPOC-Owned Businesses
And many are accepting applications right now.
Harlem's Fashion Row Launches Non-Profit to Support Designers of Color Amid Covid-19 Pandemic
ICON 360, which aims to provide grants to designers of color who have been affected by the coronavirus, will host a virtual fundraiser with prominent editors, influencers, stylists and other industry folks.
Harlem's Fashion Row Honors Dapper Dan, Misa Hylton and April Walker as Black Pioneers in Fashion
"I wanted to remind people to celebrate the impact that African Americans have made in this industry. This event is about not just sharing our history, but celebrating us."
Harlem's Fashion Row Launches E-Commerce Site for Designers of Color
The creative platform is taking its mission of amplifying Black creatives in the fashion industry to new heights with In The Black.
Must Read: Elizabeth and James to Be Sold Exclusively at Kohl's, How Luiz Mattos Turns Models Into Brands
Plus, Harlem's Fashion Row is trying to address fashion's diversity problem.
Harlem's Fashion Row, 11 Honoré Join Official New York Fashion Week Schedule
They add some welcome diversity to the February lineup.
Harlem's Fashion Row Awards Celebrate Black Fashion With a Big Announcement From Nike
LeBron James unveiled his newest sneaker, Nike's first style designed for women, by women.
Harlem's Fashion Row Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary
The event honored icons in the industry as well as budding fashion talent.
Five Fun Facts We Learned About the CFDA's Steven Kolb at Last Night's Event for Harlem's Fashion Row
Harlem's Fashion Row (HFR) is a 5-year-old organization whose mission is to increase diversity in fashion and to provide support and education for emerging designers within Harlem’s community. Last night Steven Kolb spoke at an event, called "Conversations," for HFR in Harlem at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (which literary fiends may be excited to learn is also the resting place of Langston Hughes’s remains.) Kolb was interviewed in a one-on-one format by HFR's founder, Brandice Henderson. The evening served as an educational forum for those in the audience who have their sights set on design and future CFDA membership. (Not to mention we learned five cool things about Steven Kolb himself. Like that he used to play football. Seriously.)