The Free People brand encourages self-confidence and self-expression, as well as acceptance and equality.
The “Free People Girl” – is intelligent, creative, confident. She pushes the limits. She is a strong spirit, guided by the beat of her own drum. As feminine as she is cool. There is not another one like her.
Free People is part of the URBN global brand.
Urban Outfitters is dedicated to inspiring their customers in an experiential retail environment through a unique combination of product, creativity, and cultural understanding.
Urban Outfitters shares their customers’ interests and values, representing community at all times by offering inclusion in social media, events, community involvement, and entrepreneurial opportunities.
Urban Outfitters is part of the URBN global brand.
Anthropologie is a lifestyle brand that caters to the creative-minded woman, who wants to look like herself, not the masses.
Anthropologie is a portal of discovery—a brush with what could be. A place for their ideal client to lose – and find – herself.
Anthropologie is part of the URBN global brand.
Lululemon’s technical athletic apperal creates a community where you can learn and discuss the physical aspects of healthy living, mindfulness and living a life of possibility.
Lululemon creates real relationships with their guests and understands what they are passionate about, how they like to sweat and helps them celebrate their goals.
Reformation makes its pieces from super sustainable materials, rescued dead-stock fabrics and repurposed vintage clothing, which is a huge step for a super popular brand that’s constantly churning out the season’s newest and hottest items.
“Being naked is the #1 most sustainable option. We’re #2!”
Everlane partners with the best, ethical factories around the world, sources only the finest materials and shares everything (down to the true cost of every product it makes) with the consumer. They have a focus on “radical transparency,”!
Everlane has the potential to reinvent how brands engage with their customers – and how ethically they conduct business – on a large scale.
Dôen is a direct-to-consumer brand that celebrates modern femininity. It was started by two sisters who wanted to build female empowerment into their brand.
The collective of California creative women uses domestic production whenever possible, carefully selects overseas manufacturers and is committed to supporting women in the workplace by decreasing the gender gap at every point in the supply chain.
DIFF is a socially conscious brand that follows a mission similar to that of Warby Parker: For every pair of sunglasses purchased, DIFF will donate a pair of eyeglasses or fund an eye exam for someone in need.
By blending quality, affordability and altruism, DIFF has elevated the common experience of wearing sunglasses to something unique and easy to get behind.