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6 Innovative Women-owned Fashion Brands to Watch

Women are continuing to add interest to fashion at a time when consumers are craving to get beyond the…

Here’s How Retailers Should Engage Latinx Beauty Shoppers — Beyond Latinx Heritage Month

As shopping moves online during the coronavirus pandemic, retailers and brands are placing increased focus on…

Latinx Music Has Lent New Vision to Fashion

As artists like Lunay, Bad Bunny, Rosalia, Maluma, J Balvin and more continue to dominate music, here's a…

Old School vs. New School: How Much Has Changed for Latinx Designers?

Fashion's long-standing emphasis on European designers has kept Latinx creators out of the spotlight, but…

These Platforms Are Putting Latinx Fashion on the World Stage

Latinx designers are making greater inroads into global fashion, and new platforms showcase the fresh…

Launch Pad: The Latinx-Founded Brand Boom

A burgeoning set of Latinx founders are catering to an ever-diverse, ever-educated Latinx beauty consumer…

There’s a Glaring Lack of Hispanic and Latinx CEOs in Fashion

Few executives of Hispanic or Latinx origin lead major fashion companies, though brands say they're doubling…

Peruvian Swimwear Brand Capittana Melds Sustainability With Craft

The Peruvian swimwear label is tapping into its heritage to make handmade pieces focused on sustainability.

One to Watch: Cala de la Cruz

This young Colombian brand is designing dynamic, graphic and playful swim and resortwear.

Colette Jewelry Channels Aztec Warriors in Latest Collection

The latest collection is inspired by the headdresses of an Aztec warrior.

Jewelry Designer Jonne Amaya Says ‘Sustainability and Mass Production Do Not Go Hand in Hand’

The L.A.-based designer only does one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces, rather than create in bulk.

Sofia Elias Turns Mini Sculptures Into Jewelry for Brand Blobb

The Mexico City-based brand doesn't use traditional molds, making each piece of jewelry unique.

7 Latinx Designers to Watch This Season

Seven Latinx designers share insight into how their heritage influences their brands.

Gabriela Hearst Stumps for Joe Biden Virtually With Latina Small Business Owners

The New York-based designer spoke with two small business owners in Nevada about the struggles they are…

The Latinx Beauty Shopper Outspends Peers by Nearly 30 Percent

"Makeup is more of an act of self-expression, a creative outlet, making you feel good, an extension of…