Misha Kaura 2018 NYFW Collection
When we hear that designers make clothes to empower women we are proud. When we hear that designers make clothes affordable, so it is accessible for all to enjoy we are excited. But when we hear that designers make clothes for “real women” we ask ourselves exactly what does that mean? Empowering and affordable are great but we are in the real world, aren’t we? So, the idea does leave something to be explored. Then we found the answer-Designer Misha Kaura. Her line is manufactured under the aegis of the Darlinghurst Garment Factory with operations in both Italy and India and a donation scheme to support the education of underprivileged women worn by celebrities on red carpets spanning the globe. But wait there is more!
The Fashion Institute of Technology, Ars Sutoria School, Gemological Institute of America, and Central Saint Martins attendee now 26-year-old designer put real women on her runway to display her collection this season. From community volunteers, those seeking PhD education and holding over 3.7 GPA in their current studies “real women”! To their credit they looked amazing! To her credit we feel empowered by these women having the honor to be an ambassador during one of the fashion world’s most prestigious events. They say birds flock together and to its true point Miss Misha will complete her PhD in Fashion this year as well. We aren’t sure when she finds the time to do it all, but she does! Cheers to real women every where!
Shots by Kevin Higgins