Monday, May 20, 2019 5:30p -
1776 Curtis Center
601 Walnut Street, 12th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Alcohol, Art, Business, Food, Innovation, Lectures & Conferences, LGBT, Meetup, Social Good
Meet the local women who are aiming to change the future of fashion as we know it, empowering consumers to lead with their values, while still creating fashion-forward pieces.
Renee Hill, designer & founder of Harx4; Project Runway Season 17 contestant
Having a passion for fashion is an understatement when describing Philadelphia-based designer Renee Hill. She breathes design: shapes, colors, cuts, textures - she’s in a world all her own. Her label, Harx4, is only a glimpse into how Hill sees the world: as a palette to be painted, a mannequin to be dressed, and redressed as the day progresses.
Mary Alice Duff, designer & founder of Alice Alexander
Mary Alice Duff is founder and owner of Alice Alexander, a size-inclusive, ethical and sustainable women’s apparel brand on a mission to radically change the fashion industry.
Kee Tobar, designer & founder of Pauli's Room:
Whiquitta "Kee" Tobar is a practicing attorney, author and entrepreneur. She is the founder of Pauli's Room, an online apparel store appealing to all folks interested in a casual butch aesthetic.
Anita Oh, style and travel blogger, TV journalist & law student:
Anita Oh is a former Philadelphia-based television journalist, who is currently pursuing a dual JD/MBA at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and The Wharton School. She is interested in pursuing a career at the intersection of privacy law and innovation. Passionate about fashion and travel, she also produces digital content for her style blog, Oh-Anita.com.
Join us as we discuss where fashion has come from, where it's going, and the road to truly inclusive fashion.