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4 Fashion Dynamites To Look Out For In 2018

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Mar. 27 2018, Published 8:07 a.m. ET

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As Women’s History Month is wrapping up we are excited to collaborate with EveryStylishGirl to showcase 10 Fashion Dynamites to Watch Out For.

These ladies are killing it in their industries despite the obstacles they may face. You can see the full list of 10 Fashion Dynamites to Watch Out For on EveryStylishGirl ‘s website.

Subrina Heyink

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 “As opportunities come my way, I’m thinking of the next Black girl behind me because I want this to be better for the next person in my position.” -Subrina Heyink (@subrinaheyink)

Anaa Nadim Saber

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“The whole reason I went into fashion was that there wasn’t anyone that I knew of that was South Asian or Pakistani working in fashion. I wanted to be the voice, I wanted to be the change and I use my platform for that change.” – Anaa Nadim Saber (@oursecondskin)

Tarah-Lynn Saint-Elien

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“I truly believe that it is my purpose and honestly every woman’s purpose to be sharing one another’s stories.” -Tarah-Lynn Saint-Elien (@adornedinarmor)

Sarah Owusu

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“I plan to continue painting and refining my craft so I can continue to inspire young girls and women who look like me to pick up a paint brush.” – Sarah Owusu (@sowusu)

Catch the full article at EveryStylishGirl!

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