Fashion

Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 01 12 2017
Vegan Fashion: Sisters Create Brand That Mirrors Their Cruelty-Free Lifestyle

By Theresa Walker The Orange County Register Meg and Komie Vora live together, work together, eat together. And, always, the pair of millennial-age sisters do what they do as vegans....

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 01 12 2017
Traditional Mexican, Central American Huipiles Showing Up In Sonoma County Shops

By Eloísa Ruano González The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, Calif. Just a few years ago, Maria Mendoza could not find stores that carried huipiles, loose-fitting embroidered blouses or dresses traditionally...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 01 12 2017
The Designer With A Love For “Western Wear”

By Sarah Linn The Tribune (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) In high school, classmates teased Quincy Freeman about her rodeo-inspired look: cowboy boots, colorful socks, hand-painted belts. She wore big, bold...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 30 07 2017
Debunking ‘Appropriate Attire’: Women Should Have The Right To Bare Arms (And Shoulders, Necks, etc.)

By Sara Bauknecht Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fashion is infamous for buzz words, think "upscale casual," "seasonless clothing," "windowpane prints" and a slew of others that leave most folks scratching their heads....

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 30 07 2017
Fashion That Makes A Difference

By Muhammad Riaz Usman Khaleej Times, Dubai, United Arab Emirates After visiting refugee camps in Lebanon for the first time in 2009, Zeina Abou Chaaban, managing director and founder of...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 30 07 2017
Bollywood, Rising South Asian Population Drive Minnesota Entrepreneur To Start Online Business

By John Ewoldt Star Tribune (Minneapolis) Surging numbers of Americans with roots in India, including Minnesotans, have Nila Chakraborty seeing red, green, yellow, blue and black. Her Plymouth-based online business...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 30 07 2017
From Caribbean High Street To Dubai Couture

By Sandhya D'Mello Khaleej Times, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Uae women have been trailblazers in creating new ideas and Dubai is the land of opportunities -- just do it right,...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 30 07 2017
Designer Calls Fashion Line ‘Antidote To Extremism’

By Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee A local fashion designer is turning heads -- from New York to Sacramento -- with a clothing line that infuses traditional Islamic clothing for...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 06 07 2017
Stitch Fix Founder Built One Of The Few Successful E-Commerce Subscription Services

By Tracey Lien Los Angeles Times Katrina Lake, 34, is the founder and chief executive of Stitch Fix, a San Francisco clothes shopping startup that brought in $730 million in...

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Posted by Nuhanzi Staff | 27 01 2017
Pink Pussyhats Have Become An Iconic Symbol Of Protest For Women Marching On D.C.

By Lisa Gutierrez The Kansas City Star. Kate Haugen has been knitting her fingers to the bone lately, and she's happy to do it. Anytime she's not working with the...

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