FMA celebrates 2021 achievements with Amazon Fashion
The Fashion Minority Alliance will celebrate this year's achievements with its FMA Fest this week. Supported by Amazon Fashion, the FMA aims to highlight its commitment to creating an inclusive industry for creatives across the fashion and beauty industries.
Free to join, the virtual FMA Fest is an interactive festival where people are invited to come together, learn, network and have fun. It will host a range of workshops from area's including fashion, beauty and music.
Described by the Fashion Minority Alliance, the events will feature a curated edit of products across Amazon Fashion, with VIP Stylist Zadrian Smith showcasing this seasons stylish essentials from Amazon Fashion and how to build a wardrobe of timeless pieces that last season after season.
Zadrian Smith, VIP Stylist, said: "What attracts me most to Amazon Fashion as an excellent digital portal for shopping is the diverse array of designers they have available for consumers. It’s so important these brands have visibility alongside established names so that they can penetrate a very saturated market. Consumers are able to navigate the site with ease so they can easily find the pieces they need to update their wardrobes from one season to the next.”
The Fashion Minority Alliance is a non-profit special interest group with the objective to work with fashion and beauty industry stakeholders to build a more diverse, balanced and inclusive industry.
You can register for the FMA Fest, held on October 23 and 24, on the Fashion Minority Alliance website.