Black Detroit designers leaving their mark on the global fashion industry
Our recognition of Black History Month continues with a look at the creative contributions of African Americans to the world of fashion. In recent years, Black designers have seen their influence in the industry grow. That includes trends launched by fashion-forward Detroiters. Tracy Reese, the founder of Hope for Flowers, is one of those people. She gave us an exclusive look inside Hope for Flowers’ new collection, scheduled to grace the shelves at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City.