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Tracy Reese Unrelentingly Steers Fashion Towards Sustainability

Fashion Designer Tracy Reese is taking on fast fashion with “Hope For Flowers,” her Detroit-based, sustainable clothing brand. Reese has a decorated career in fashion; her collections appear all around the world: in specialty stores like Saks Fifth, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Anthroplogie. Her pieces have been worn by notable figures from Regina King and Tracee Ellis Ross to Oprah Winfrey and Michelle Obama.
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Kerby Jean-Raymond, Jason Wu, Tracy Reese to Honor FGI’s Rising Star Award Winners

Click here to read the full article. READY AND WAITING: This year’s finalists for the Fashion Group International’s Rising Star awards will have to wait a few weeks to find out who the winners will be, but now they know who will be handing them over. Attendees at the annual event will also get to listen in to a keynote address delivered by the artist, author and designer Rebecca Moses. The May 10 luncheon will be held at The Lighthouse, Pier Sixty-One on the Hudson. Elle’s editor in chief Nina Garcia will be handing out the Womenswear award to one standout in...

Tracy Reese on Her New Naturalizer Collab and Embracing Sustainability in Fashion

Click here to read the full article. For decades, Tracy Reese was a fixture on the New York fashion scene, turning out ready-to-wear collections under her namesake label that embraced color, prints and femininity. Today, the city and the brand may be different — she returned home to Detroit in 2018 and subsequently launched the slow-fashion Hope for Flowers label — but Reese’s vivid aesthetic remains unchanged.More from WWDMade in GermanyMaria McManus Winter 2021 CollectionPlan C Debuts Sustainable Capsule Collection This spring, she’s bringing that bold design vision to the Hope for Flowers x Naturalizer shoe collaboration that launches April 15. The...

Her Aesthetic May Be Playful, But Tracy Reese Is Quite Serious About Sustainability

Click here to read the full article. For decades, Tracy Reese was a fixture on the New York fashion scene, turning out ready-to-wear collections under her namesake label that embraced color, prints and femininity. Today, the city and the brand may be different — she returned home to Detroit in 2018 and subsequently launched the slow-fashion Hope for Flowers label — but Reese’s vivid aesthetic remains unchanged. This spring, she’s bringing that design vision to the Hope for Flowers x Naturalizer shoe collaboration that launches April 15. The collection includes nine styles including flats, espadrilles and kitten heels, featuring scarlet red, sapphire blue...

Tracy Reese Brings Slow-Fashion Ethos to Naturalizer Collab

Three years ago, Tracy Reese took the road less traveled in fashion, trading traditional ambitions of big-dollar dreams to birth a sustainable line lifting up her native Michigan. Now, Naturalizer is linking up with the CFDA board member’s conscious brand Hope For Flowers to infuse a spring women’s footwear line with her “joyful design flair” and “slow-fashion savvy.” Slated to arrive in March, the collaboration’s nine styles span feminine kitten heels and espadrilles to comfort-focused flats and “sport bottom” silhouettes, all imbued with Reese’s designed-in-Detroit aesthetic. Recycled molded plastic, recycled linings and sustainable yarns feature throughout the collection. After consumers largely took...
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Caleres' Naturalizer brand partners with designer Tracy Reese on shoe collection

Naturalizer, a brand of Clayton-based footwear company Caleres Inc., is collaborating on women's footwear with American designer Tracy Reese. The Detroit designer in 2018 founded Hope For Flowers, an apparel collection that uses organic and sustainably sourced materials. The so-called "capsule" collection, called Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese x...
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Tracy Reese to Launch Sustainable Footwear Capsule With Naturalizer

Tracy Reese and Naturalizer are teaming up for a sustainable collaboration. The designer — who has most recently been focusing on her slow-fashion business model Hope for Flowers — was inspired by color, her own personal wardrobe and her signature floral prints and hand-painted stripes for the collection. Each style was designed by Reese in her Detroit-based studio.

POTTERY BARN KIDS AND POTTERY BARN TEEN LAUNCH A NEW COLLABORATION WITH HOPE FOR FLOWERS BY TRACY REESE

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 1, 2021-- Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen, portfolio brands of Williams-Sonoma, Inc. (NYSE: WSM), the world’s largest digital-first, design-led and sustainable home retailer, recently debuted a new collaboration in partnership with Hope for Flowers, the sustainable clothing brand created by fashion designer, Tracy Reese. The collaboration consists of colorful and sophisticated bedroom collections that are responsibly sourced and feature vibrant floral prints inspired by Tracy Reese’s fashion designs.
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Tracy Reese Creates Home Collections With Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen

Tracy Reese has teamed up with Pottery Barn to create collections for Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen, which go on sale today. Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese x Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen features both bedroom and nursery decor with an emphasis on sustainably made pieces. The colorful bedroom collections, offered this year only, feature vibrant floral prints inspired by Reese’s fashion designs.
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Tracy Reese and Pottery Barn Kids and Teen Release New Collections

Tracy Reese is stepping into the home décor world once more. Through her Hope For Flowers by Tracy Reese brand, the fashion designer and Detroit native has collaborated with Pottery Barn Kids and Pottery Barn Teen on new bedding and nursery décor collections. The lines launched today exclusively on the retailer’s websites.
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