When I started Noonday Collection, one of the first things I noticed was that fashion crosses all cultural boundaries.
This summer when I visited the Artisans who create our paper bead jewelry in Uganda, one of the first things I noticed was
their hair, featuring elaborate weaves and brightly colored braids. Earning a sustainable income means that not only can the
women put their children in school – they can also go to a hairstylist!
When I travelled to Guatemala, I noticed that women were wearing traditional tops – called huipiles – adorned with embroidered birds.
I had never seen this before! When I asked one of the Artisans about the bird motif, she basically replied that birds were latest
trend in her village. No matter where you go, women love feeling beautiful and expressing themselves through style.
If you have fun with fashion and you want to make an impact in your community and around the world, we would love for you to
host a Trunk Show Show or
join as a Noonday Ambassador."
Fashion can create connection between women all around the world. And combining fashion with hospitality is a powerful way to engage
our communities and create opportunity around the world.