AUTUMN ADEIGBO founded her fashion company with the vision of impacting the lives of women both in Africa and the United States.

She holds a BA in Economics from Spelman College and an AAS in Fashion Design from Parsons, The New School.

In 2014 Autumn launched a pilot production Program In Ghana, training unemployed women in hand-beading, raising their income 91% via fair-trade wages.

Autumn has been named “Fashion’s Next” by: Uptown, Marie Claire, and ESSENCE Magazines. 

Her designs have garnered over 50 top-tier Press placements in magazines like: Vogue, Glamour, WWD and many more. 

In 2014, She wrote an Award Winning business plan for The New York Public Library and Citibank’s Annual Business Plan contest.

She’s Global Good Fund fellow, and shares her entrepreneurial journey via a bi-weekly Column for Forbes..

 

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