High Fashion Meets High Impact
Dress for Freedom believes that true beauty is based on a woman’s inner beauty, who she is from the inside out and highlighting the unique purpose for which she was created. The distinctive inner beauty of each woman is the inspiration for our designs.”
Dress for Freedom’s inaugural collection was designed in 2015 and production began in 2017, made possible by investors who believed in its mission and founders. One of their first seamstresses was a woman, given the training to advance from sewing curtains to creating clothing of the highest quality, using techniques employed by the world’s foremost fashion labels. She went on to get a bachelor’s degree in fashion, demonstrating the transformation of women’s lives at the heart of the company’s values.
The beauty of each woman shines more brightly than the atrocities which are committed against too many. We believe that creating high-quality, beautiful fashion enhances the beauty not only in the women that wear our designs but also those whose lives are improved because of our commitment to using resources to better the lives of every woman we encounter. We believe that the deep inward beauty of women points to God’s continuous re-creation of beauty in all humanity.”
“Our company’s growth is rooted in our commitment to Dress Beautifully as we Dress for Freedom.”
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