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How Harlem's Fashion Row Founder Brandice Daniel (Finally) Got the Industry's Attention

The founder of Harlem’s Fashion Row talks building the movement everyone is talking about.

There is something about Harlem that is incredibly inspiring, and at the time, the creativity, spirit, and buzz there were just undeniable.

n 2007, Daniel was living in Harlem and working in fashion production when she attended a fashion show in Brooklyn. She left inspired to produce one in her neighborhood that highlights designers of color. “I wanted to do something really elevated,” she says, noting that she envisioned the effort being ongoing and wanted to give it a name. “There is something about Harlem that is incredibly inspiring, and at the time, the creativity, spirit, and buzz there were just undeniable. It was almost like the beginning stages of a new renaissance. I wrote down a bunch of names, and Harlem’s Fashion Row was the one that stuck.”

n 2007, Daniel was living in Harlem and working in fashion production when she attended a fashion show in Brooklyn. She left inspired to produce one in her neighborhood that highlights designers of color. “I wanted to do something really elevated,” she says, noting that she envisioned the effort being ongoing and wanted to give it a name. “There is something about Harlem that is incredibly inspiring, and at the time, the creativity, spirit, and buzz there were just undeniable. It was almost like the beginning stages of a new renaissance. I wrote down a bunch of names, and Harlem’s Fashion Row was the one that stuck.”

There is something about Harlem that is incredibly inspiring, and at the time, the creativity, spirit, and buzz there were just undeniable.

n 2007, Daniel was living in Harlem and working in fashion production when she attended a fashion show in Brooklyn. She left inspired to produce one in her neighborhood that highlights designers of color. “I wanted to do something really elevated,” she says, noting that she envisioned the effort being ongoing and wanted to give it a name. “There is something about Harlem that is incredibly inspiring, and at the time, the creativity, spirit, and buzz there were just undeniable. It was almost like the beginning stages of a new renaissance. I wrote down a bunch of names, and Harlem’s Fashion Row was the one that stuck.”

n 2007, Daniel was living in Harlem and working in fashion production when she attended a fashion show in Brooklyn. She left inspired to produce one in her neighborhood that highlights designers of color. “I wanted to do something really elevated,” she says, noting that she envisioned the effort being ongoing and wanted to give it a name. “There is something about Harlem that is incredibly inspiring, and at the time, the creativity, spirit, and buzz there were just undeniable. It was almost like the beginning stages of a new renaissance. I wrote down a bunch of names, and Harlem’s Fashion Row was the one that stuck.”

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