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AAPI Heritage Month

House of Slay Teams With AAPI Victory Fund for Voting Initiative

Formed by Phillip Lim, Prabal Gurung, Laura Kim, Tina Leung and Ezra Williams, the organization is releasing…

New ‘Invisible Seams’ Documentary Gives Asian Makers the Mic

A new documentary spotlights New York's Garment District and the Asian women behind the seams whose stories…

Chriselle Lim and Love, Bonito Team on AAPI Heritage Month and Mental Health Initiative

The influencer and the Southeast Asia-based brand are joining forces to provide mental health resources for…

AAPI-owned Brands to Support This Month and Always

Some of the brands on the list are ones you may already know and love while others are worth trying out.

Phillip Lim Teams Up With the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets for Chinese New Year Event

This will be the NBA's 11th annual Lunar New Year campaign.

Spotlight on Alan King of Akings

What began as a way to not wear hand-me-down clothes turned into a streetwear company for Alan king.

Spotlight on Yitai

Yitai is effortlessly bringing artistic expression into your every day, one garment at a time.

NielsenIQ: AAPI Consumer Spend Drives Market Growth

Data from NielsenIQ suggests that Asian American consumers spend over 20 percent more than the average…

12 Influential AAPI Designers Who Have Helped Reshape Fashion

These designers have brought in fresh perspectives, told new stories and, in some cases, interwoven elements…

Designers Share the Realities of Fashion and the AAPI Experience

Designers Josie Natori, Derek Lam and Andrew Kwon sat down with WWD and Facebook to discuss the Asian and…

Where Fashion Stands With Asian Representation in the C-suite

Asian workers drive the apparel industry but a lack of representation in executive ranks has led some to seek…

Garment District Faces Steep Rise in Hate Crimes

Shortened hours, safe walks, rideshares and personal alarms are a new reality for Asian factory owners and…

Asia-Pacific Supports the Fashion Industry, but Does the Fashion Industry Support Asia-Pacific?

Fashion has largely been ignoring 75 percent of the people who make the industry possible.

America’s Beauty Industry Should Recognize the Diversity of the Asia-Pacific

The region is infinitely diverse, home to people of all shapes, sizes and complexions. It's time for the U.S…

4 AAPI-Owned Emerging Brands to Watch

WWD has spotlighted four emerging brands helmed by Asian-Americans to have on your radar.