Bridging the gap between education and fashion seamlessly
A new wave of designers are emerging, and they're in public schools
Creating safe spaces for artists of color and unifying the youth through Fashion, Design, & Self-Development.
Providing limitless fashion design skills and resources for Black and Queer people of all ages one neighborhood at a time.
Cheyenne, age 11
My experience in fashion was great because I got to learn something new like sewing. One thing I learned is how to make a 9 head doll to draw designs on.
Kamarii, age 12
I like when I did my tie dye shirt. I got to learn how to use a sewing machine. My experience was fun.
Nichoel, age 14
My experience in fashion was excellent. I learned how to make bags and mask also designed them.
There are 50,000 children in East New York, Brooklyn who do not have the freedom to learn fashion and design in an 8 mile radius. This means they haven’t had the chance to explore their talents and artistry to their fullest potential.
Annually, designers who identify as Black, Brown, and Queer, make up a fraction of runway presentations during New York Fashion Week. In February 2020, 30 of the 220 shows were BIPOC designers.
A Seamless Way, Inc. will bridge the gap to ensure our Black and Brown children of East New York have an opportunity as future fashion creatives.
A Seamless Way, Inc is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. No gift is too small for us.