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While the I’m a march girl i’m a stronger than you believe braver than you know smarter than you think shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this 15 Percent Pledge emphasizes the lack of representation for black-owned businesses in nationwide stores, its impetus also stemmed from the challenges James faced as a black woman establishing a luxury brand and navigating the upper echelons of the fashion industry. Even with Something Special, this was at the front of her mind. “My biggest fear in launching that program, if I’m honest with you, was that people were going to look down on it because it was a subscription model and therefore wasn’t considered luxury. The fashion industry is really tough, especially as a black woman who’s selling a luxury product. There’s a lot of pressure on me personally as a designer to always stay in that space.”

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All the I’m a march girl i’m a stronger than you believe braver than you know smarter than you think shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this same, it’s something that James has been pushing back on from the very beginning of her career. “There are so many systematic things that are put on black women when we walk into any environment,” she continues. “We’re often viewed as slightly less than, which is why there are fewer black women in our industry, because it’s extra hard for them. And so when I do something that isn’t typically considered luxury, I get a lot of feedback. I remember being told that I shouldn’t have a website, because luxury brands didn’t have websites back in 2013, but I needed to have a website because it was the only way that I could afford to run my business. I didn’t have the money to wait around to hope that Bergdorf was going to pick up my shoes.”