By  on April 8, 2019

Five years ago, when Eileen Fisher was celebrating 30 years in business, she was interviewed about her career. She said she wasn’t looking for any accolades from the fashion industry. “I don’t care about that. It’s not what I do or why I do it. I’ve always been about real clothes that really work for real life. It’s not an art project for me. It’s real design, vision, solving problems — that’s what fascinates me,” she told WWD.

Fast forward five years and, although Fisher is proud to win Designer of the Year from the AAFA, it’s not what she’s about.

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