The Halston designer Chloe Siggles has been lauded for her “feminist sensibility,” but she’s not the only young designer to have made waves on the fashion scene.
On Monday, a slew of young fashion design stars and their stories will be featured in a video titled “Halo: Rise to Rise,” which chronicles the rise of Halston’s “feministic sensibility.”
The video will be available for free to anyone who owns a “Halsey” necklace, a style that’s often associated with the singer and fashion designer.
“We are in the moment where we are creating this space for women and girls to express themselves through the creative use of women and women of color, and this is an opportunity for us to do that,” says Halston creative director Lola Mokkonen.
“This is not just about what we have to say about what women wear, but also the idea that it’s not just women’s fashion anymore.”
The Halton designer has become the first female designer to receive a National Medal of Design from the Smithsonian Institution.
Siggly, who will attend the Smithsonian’s annual Women in Design Awards on Sunday, has been a feminist figure for decades, and her work has influenced fashion trends in a wide range of disciplines.
“I am very grateful to have this opportunity to share my perspective and my vision with women and to inspire them,” she said in a statement.
“As I’m sure the Halston community is, as is Halston, we are in this moment where our industry is changing in a way that will be even more significant than anything I’ve experienced in my lifetime.”
As a young designer, Siggies work drew attention for the way she wore a lot of clothes that she didn’t own.
“It was not just a fashion trend,” she says.
“My style was part of the fabric of my identity, and I was able to take this on.”
In addition to Halston and Mokkinen, other young designers on the list include Sarah Sowd, a designer for the label Urban Decay, who said that her first experience with women wearing women’s clothes “was not just in terms of my clothes but in terms with how I was approached by other designers.”
Sowdon says that she “took a lot for granted” when she was younger, and says that her mother, who is also a designer, told her to not worry about dressing in men’s clothes.
“She said that if I was in a certain position, I would be seen as a woman,” she told The New York Times.
“And I was like, ‘Mom, I’m a boy, and the world has made me a man.
But Sowdy says that the time when her mother made this point was much earlier, when she had her first baby, and she realized that the men around her “didn’t understand” the way that she wore. “
Sowdin’s parents, who are both designers, also said that their daughter “was always trying to make the most of her surroundings and her surroundings were always a bit more masculine.
“Her clothes were just about me, and that’s why she didn. “
If you ask my mother, she would say that her daughter’s clothing wasn’t really about her at all,” she explains.
“Her clothes were just about me, and that’s why she didn.
It’s not about her, it’s about me.”
For many designers, this shift has been the biggest shift in the industry.
In the past few years, young women like Siggle, who has a history of wearing feminine clothing, have been making waves in the fashion world.
The designer has also been a vocal critic of gender norms and stereotypes, and has often been critical of the way some men view women in the workplace.
Sighys fashion director, Lola, said that the Halton design team has been inspired by the Halstons own journey to “reclaim our identity” and to “make a statement” about how fashion should be done.
“There are a lot more women designers now than there were when we started,” she explained.
Halo actress Kate Mulgrew, a longtime critic of sexism in the media, has also become an advocate for the fashion industry. “
That’s why we chose Chloe because she’s a feminist.”
Halo actress Kate Mulgrew, a longtime critic of sexism in the media, has also become an advocate for the fashion industry.
The actress recently spoke at a Black Lives Matter event and shared her thoughts on the role of fashion in creating an inclusive environment.
“Our clothing should be about the people, and not the objects,” Mulgrows co-founder and CEO of Halstens clothing company, Sisley, said in the video.
In the past, we have seen a lot [of] young people who are