Fashion meets Mental Health Awareness

When I think of what public art intervention means to me, it means including fashion and apparel as mediums for social activism. I believe that the retail space is evolving with the maturity of Gen-Z who aim to consciously shop and express their social and political views through their clothing and accessories. And that is public art. More specifically, this article highlights brands who design their items to raise mental health awareness – and allow people to express that it is ok to not be ok. Some of these brands include LA label “Madhappy” and “The Mayfair Group”. Moving forward, I do expect future NYC Fashion Weeks to feature more social activism – as we’ve seen in recent years.

Check out the article here!

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