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In honor of AAPI Heritage Month, we’re shouting out some of our favorite Asian artists in the game. Let us give a spotlight to our fellow AAPI fashion designers, support the community + support Asian art and Asian joy. Read through to meet some of the all-stars we’re loving. 



 Vegan Leather Brand: Left photo of woman wearing red leather outfit. Middle photo detailed shot of red leather. Right photo of woman wearing black leather outfit

MMS specializing in vegan leather, designer and artist Vesper Han dreamed up Man Made Skins to be the pink punk statement of our wildest fantasies. You’ve never seen skirts, tops or gloves like these.



Ada Chen Jeweler: Left photo showing designer in mirror designed by her. Middle photo of mirrored earrings inspired by Chinese Dragons. Right  photo of East Asian woman wearing red acrylic earrings

Ada Chen is a Chinese American artist and jeweler making unique and stunning pieces from earrings to chains and more. We’ll let you in on a little secret — it’s not too late to snag a piece from our ADA x DAWANG collab



Minimalist Contemporary Brand: Left photo man wearing long oversized black coat. Middle woman wearing long oversized black coat. Right photo of woman wearing long oversized black coat. 

MeiPin Tang is a fashion brand that turns sharp edges and clean lines and turns them into the newest and coolest in streetwear. With coats, suits and more, Meipin explores the relationship between art and fashion to more truly express human thoughts and feelings through clothes. 



Asian jewelry brand: Left photo of woman holding Chinese fan showing her contemporary hoops. Middle photo detailed shot of signet ring inspired by Chinese Dragon. Right photo shows man and woman holding chopsticks wearing rings

Sublima is a small jewelry brand based in New York with designs that nod to East Asian culture. The founder and designer Kelly Bit creates each piece with the intention of subliminal messaging, often inspired by food and cultural symbolism. Her values are infused into her brand by committing to using recycled materials, as well as advocating for the East Asian community by donating her profits, giving jewelry a purpose. 



AAPI Brand: Left photo of woman wearing flare dress with long sleeves. Middle photo of person wearing jeans. Right photo of  woman wearing flare dress with long sleeves.

Those bat wing jeans that have been all over your Instagram feed? They’re just one of designer Quách Đắc Thắng’s many creations for La Lune that are both subversive and unpredictable. For basics that make the styles we know and love into something new and unexpected.



Right photo woman wearing an orange matching hat and top combo  with green pants. Middle photo of woman wearing all knit outfit. Right photo woman wearing black knit dress.

YanYan Knits, founded by the former director of knitwear at rag & bone Phyllis Chan and Hong Kong-based designer Suzzie Chung, YanYan knitwear combines the Cantonese word for “everyone” with the modern, fun styles of today to make beautiful yarn pieces notable for their textures and designs. It’s not often that you see traditional Chinese clothes made from knitwear — YanYan is an innovative new take on the styles we know and love. 



AAPI Jewelry Brand: Custom signet rings with Asian characters in sterling silver material. 

Soft Good Studio is a custom signet jewelry design studio creating stunning, one of a kind pieces designed to be worn across generations. Pioneered by Emilie Jehng, her work aims to explore Asian American identity through the creation of jewelry that grows and improves through wear.  



East Asian Brand Accessories: Left photo of woman holding vintage cigarette holder. Middle photo close up on neck wearing purple choker chain necklace. Right photo woman wearing silver chain necklace.  

Fervooor is an accessory brand focused on making unique and affordable pieces that stand out in the crowd. From sword earrings to to green jade layered necklaces to antique-inspired hair pins, these styles inspired by Chinese beauty are a perfect combination of fashion and function.



 Chinese Jewelry Brand: Right photo of adjustable necklace with egg pendant. Middle photo of dangly jade earring. Right photo of woman eating an Asian pear wearing a red thread necklace.

Joy Luck is a boutique store focused on interpreting superstitions and storied objects through the lens of Chinese America. Made in Columbus, Ohio, the simple and symbolic pieces are a reclaimation of a multi-generational story and a reflection of new staples that aim to create a bridge across experiences.



AAPI New York Brand: Left photo of woman wearing black top. Middle photo of woman wearing silk dress with long sleeves. Right photo of woman wearing white top with long sleeves.

STHR studios is a sustainable clothing brand focused on thoughtful designs and ethical production. Made in small batches in New York, STHR’s lineup features dreamy and daring pieces from silky slip dresses to timeless tie shoulder tops. 



Korean Owned Brand: Left photo of colorful claw clips. Middle photo of person wearing a claw clip. Right photo of hair ties.  

Made by and for children of immigrants, WE ARE CHIMMI is a community-focused brand donating 10% of profits to advocacy organizations like Welcome to Chinatown and the Equal Justice Initative. From checkered claw clips to chain link necklaces to their statement Children of Immigrants t-shirt, We Are Chimmi has the hair accessories and jewelry you need to top off any outfit. 

We're still taking submissions on so add any AAPI designers you want to shout out down below or on our Instagram!

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