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Stitch Fix has just launched a collection and the most exciting thing to know about it is that it was created by all Black designers!

Last year, Stitch Fix launched Elevate – a program created to support Black entreprenuers in the apparel and accessories aspects of fashion.

The designers include: Diarra Bousso of Diarrablu, Jamela Acheampong of Kahmune, Busayo Olupano of Busayo, Marcus Thomas of Marcus Alexander, Bettina Benson of Chloe Kristyn, and Robin Sirleaf of Sarep + Rose.

The program provided each designer with a $25,000 grant and eight months of mentorship from the leadership team at Stitch Fix.

 

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The collection consists of menswear, womenswear, and accessories. Purchase your pieces here.

The best part of this collection launching is that Stitch Fix has announced they are now accepting applications for their next group of designers. The dealine is October 31st. For more information, click here.

 

 

Featured Image obtained on the official Facebook of Stitch Fix