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Women's History Month takes on a new dimension with the groundbreaking Women's Fashion and Design Week (WFDW)

Updated: Mar 3

This March, Women's History Month takes on a new dimension with the groundbreaking Women's Fashion and Design Week (WFDW). This isn't just another fashion show; it's a transformative platform where creativity meets social responsibility, amplifying women's voices and driving positive change.

More than just runway shows, WFDW is a platform for voices that matter. Witness stories unfold through stunning designs by industry trailblazers like Melony Huber of La Peony Clothing, Tayo Ishola Aranmolate of I Am Eido, Sophie Lee of Ira Swim, Patrica Edwards of Patzazz Styling, Ashlee’ Monroe of Moluxe, Melissa Ledezma of House Twenty Two, Jalisa Ann of Good Fruite, Ni’cole Simms of Coles Contour Boutique, Aryea Kolubah of Aryea Kolubah & Co., and Mara Novembre of Allure Novembre. Additionally, witness the designs of rising stars like Vivian Odoemenem of Nerdy Couture and Oluwadunsin Bolaji of DunsinCraft Collection from Nigeria, both winners of the Wonder Woman Initiative's "Sew it Forward" project. Beyond the trends, these visionary designers are pushing boundaries in sustainability, conscious fashion, and community empowerment, leaving a lasting impact on the world.

“Life throws curveballs, but what if we caught them with grace? At Women's Fashion and Design Week, we ditch the fight-or-flight and embrace a bolder response: rest, renewal, and creation. This is the design journey we propose – one fueled by restorative moments and audacious creativity. At Women's Fashion & Design Week, we invite people to witness inspiring stories of those who have risen by design. Immerse themselves in the journey of designing for a better world and encounter trailblazers who architect ecosystems of positive impact.” - Tayo Ishola Aranmolate (Founder, Wonder Woman Initiative)

Honoring Changemakers:

Witness the power of resilience and purpose as the Wonder Woman Initiative celebrates and awards incredible changemakers at WFDW. Join Certified Health and Nutrition Coach Caitlyn Spears, Moxie Scrubs founder Alicia Tulsee, Florida State Minority Supplier Development Council President and CEO Beatrice Louissaint, and Breast Cancer Survivor and Doctor of Physical Therapy Dr. Janae Finley as they share their inspiring journeys. Be captivated by the evening's host, Victoria Vesce, who battled rare brain tumors and emerged a beacon of self-love, reminding people to embrace their authentic selves and rewrite their own narratives.

WFDW is a promise:

Purposeful storytelling: Hear impactful narratives woven into every design.

Inspiration: Leave empowered, ready to design the life of your dreams.

Intentional design: Witness fashion used as a force for good.

A week of enriching experiences, both within the Wonder Woman Initiative community and open to the wider public

March 7th: Threads of Hope Design Workshop at Lotus House Miami Women's Shelter.

March 8th: Press, Media, Changemaker & Influencer Meet and Greet at the Kimpton Angler's Hotel, South Beach.

March 9th: Grand Designer Showcase & Honoree Awards Night at the Betsy Hotel, South Beach, featuring musical performances by Marsha Elle and Stichiz.

March 10th: Women of Influence Brunch at Fabel Miami.

WFDW is more than just a fashion event; it's a call to action. A call to celebrate creativity, be inspired by powerful women, and discover how we all can be a part of the vision for positive societal change through design.

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