Andrea Pitter’s bridal and brand collections put Black women first – a celebration that was initially met with resistance. “I’ve been to the bridal market twice and on both occasions I’ll be ‘the only one’ [one] or one of the few [people of color]. A lot of advice has been given to me that I should put a white sales rep in your booth, otherwise you shouldn’t be there. It feels so lonely,” she said Seattle Times. However, her insistence on being true to herself came to her creative design and captivated audiences and judges on “Making The Cut.”
Pitter, a FIT graduate, recalls the moment when model Winnie Harlow, one of the show’s judges, noted, “I didn’t always know what Andrea was going to create. But I always knew it was. hers.” Fashion designer told Report Zoe“At that moment, I felt seen because I wanted to create clothes or moments that people don’t necessarily expect, but they expect from me. So that makes me feel. feel like I’m doing what I’m supposed to do.”
“I worked really hard, I built Pantora not only from hard work and big dreams. I am happy to have a fulfilling moment. I am being rewarded for my life’s work. my life,” she said. Knot.
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