Woman Made

We’re Calling It. Sadie Clayton Is the One to Watch at LFW

Sadie Clayton is exactly what we’ve all been waiting for. Since launching her eponymous luxury sculptural womenswear label in 2015, the British designer has been shaking up the fashion world one catwalk at a time. And we’re not just talking about the head-turning duds -- we’ll get to those. From the ...

Jeweler, Arpana Rayamajhi, On Remaining Undefined

Sun-drenched swathes of primary colored prayer flags drifted in the wind as did voices of young girls using the word “squad” on a crowded street in Kathmandu, Nepal, a city Arpana Rayamajhi knew to be home. It had been five years since she walked its streets and yet, everything remained familiar, li ...
COOLS Paige MyCoskie Aviator Nation

Rainbows and Waves for Aviator Nation’s Paige Mycoskie

Paige Mycoskie, the founder of Aviator Nation, isn’t afraid to push herself to the limits. Paige launched the brand in 2006 after discovering her passion for design when she began making clothes for herself. Since then, the brand has leaped into the forefront of Southern California fashion and has b ...

Russian Designer Yulia Kondranina on What Women Want

Part of a series in collaboration with 1Granary Words by Abigail Southan   Yulia Kondranina has always designed with one thing in mind: “I feel that most women are driven to buying new clothes because they just want to be beautiful,” says the womenswear designer. Fashion’s need to dest ...

Jewelry Designer Anissa Kermiche on Championing Body Language

Forget about the heart on your sleeve, your precieux pubis belongs around your neck To say that Anissa Kermiche is turning heads with her line of jewelry is an understatement. For this French designer, body language is more than a judgment call, it’s a universal means of communication that give ...