Ann and Jenny Siner’s “cute, clean and current” consignment shops keep used items out of the trash.
Video profiles of women entrepreneurs working in the fashion and apparel worlds.
At Road Twenty-Two, founded by Iranian immigrant Fif Ghobadian in San Francisco, women who served time in prison get a second chance.
The feisty owner of Toronto menswear retailer Gotstyle is mixing and matching old-school service and digital technologies in a bid to survive — and thrive — in an increasingly tough industry.
AP Computer Science nearly derailed Melody McCloskey’s career in tech. Today she’s running StyleSeat in San Francisco.
Jan Erickson of Janska is trying a lean manufacturing strategy to produce her American-made apparel.
By keeping an eye on the bottom line, Laura Zander has grown her tiny idea into a major success.
Joy Opfer left her internet job to return to her steel industry roots and hand craft eco-jewelry, now worn by top celebrities.
Elim Chew started her company selling imported clothing and accessories after she literally sold the shirt off her back at an incredibly high price.
Adrienne Ma is taking the lessons she learned from her family’s traditional retail business to the web selling luxury items on her high-end e-commerce site.
Rose Yeong ran away from home as a teenager and began selling shoes. She learned the hard way, on the job, and today sells thousands of pairs of shoes each year.