Exalting the talent of BIPOC designers globally, this next edition will be the last before theproduction company & its designers travel to their first overseas experience.
New York City, NY - In the midst of unprecedented growth and exciting organizational
changes, Noir Fashion Week (NFW) last season’s emerging designer showcase catapulted NOIR to the forefront of the fashion industry while blazing a new trail for the company’s first destination outside the US.
This next season, which will take place from the 8th to the 10th of September, will return to SOHO, taking place in a renowned venue that celebrates the unique and rich diversity of the BIPOC community. Among the confirmed designers are Ajovang, Summer Han and Chelsea B, who won the Brand Social x Chicago Fashion Coalition Competition.
The aim of this season will be to guide and prepare designers to face the challenges of their business. The event will offer panels with debates discussing topics of great importance in relevance to the community and industry. Designers along with attendees, will be provided a unique networking opportunity with agents from the most diverse areas of the fashion industry.
In addition, NFW will be honoring BIPOC individuals who have made history in the fashion industry, NFW will host a VIP dinner for the first time to celebrate names that have inspired and represented the community in the highest and most diverse positions. Among the confirmed guests for The Power 30 Cocktail, there are Jibrial Muhammad (Founder, BWO), Shawn Pean, (Founder, June79nyc), Rahul Malik (Head of New Business, BoF), Myles Loftin (Photographer & Forbes 30 under 30), Gaby Hirata (Global Brand President, Halara), Larissa Gragaro (Fashion Partnership, Meta) and more.
NOIR doesn't stop there! Right after finishing its 4th season in NYC, the team and a group of designers leave for Paris for the production’s first international edition. In keeping with its commitment to leveraging talented BIPOC designers and their businesses, NFW will organize a fashion show in French lands, in addition to an exclusive tour for the community to dive into big companies and masons' business models, visit iconic tourist spots and establish connections that, in the future, can lead to transformative collabs.
"Fashion is ever evolving. Sustainability, diversity and inclusion remain the cornerstones of NFW's structure. Why? Because "We Belong Here", we have always been here, creating, collaborating and innovating, and we're just getting started“
NOIR Founder & CEO, Nichole M. Bess
Noir Fashion Week (NFW) is committed to providing BIPOC creative talent and fashion
brands with opportunity through an inclusive eco-system, built to sustain in the global
marketplace through high-impact, experiential events and collaborative partnerships.
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Photographer: John Merritt