By Lottie Jackson It’s a new dawn, and fashion is waking up. Earlier this year, when the world went into lockdown with strict travel bans and quarantine orders in full force, the $2.5 trillion industry ground to a halt. Global supply chains collapsed, consumers opted for sweatpants, and the entire sector faced an existential crisis. […]


October 12, 2020

Fashion Month 2020: The Reckoning and the Path Forward

View this post on Instagram A post shared by FFORA (@fforaofficial) on Sep 20, 2019 at 1:06pm PDT DESIGNED TO BE SEEN Author BrenĂ© Brown says, “Never underestimate the power of being seen,” The design team behind the accessory brand, FFORA agrees, and it shows. From the attachment system, to the cupholder, to the bag, […]


July 25, 2020

FFORA: For the Body, Wheelchair, and Soul

The fashion industry is poised to use the COVID-19 disruption as the catalyst for an industry-wide overhaul. There appears to be no desire to continue perpetuating the status quo. From Amazon’s collaboration with Vogue and the CFDA, to AndrĂ© Leon Talley’s tell-all, to Vogue Business’ declaration of the end of fashion shows as we know […]

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May 15, 2020

Week in Fashion: Disruption

Shaheem is a deaf dancer and actor who’s pioneered American Sign Language (ASL) dancing. The way he marries the two skills is captivating and motivational, As a result, he’s amassed a huge following. With 423,000 followers on Instagram and over 291,000 followers with 3.7 million likes on Tik Tok, he’s redefining what it means to […]


May 14, 2020

Style Profile: Shaheem Sanchez

Katie May Los Angeles is selling stylish non-medical reusable/washable masks priced between $19-$45 per mask. For every mask sold, Katie is donating 3 utility masks for frontline workers. They’ve set a goal to sell 20,000 masks and once that goal is met they’ll begin donating to charities like no No Kid Hungry. The adjustable strap […]

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May 3, 2020

Accessible Face Masks

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