What’s next in the cutting-edge world of fashion? Gender-free apparel, of course. Stoney Michelli Love, whose Los Angeles–based Stuzo clothing line is designed without gender in mind, joins Alta Live for a discussion of her cheeky style, celebrity clients, and the future of an industry built on an antiquated idea of gender identity. Join us for a fashion-forward Alta Live!
About the guest:
A graphic designer, an actor, and a photographer, Stoney Michelli Love is an African-Panamanian American renaissance woman. When she’s not running her company, Love is daydreaming about the big screen. A graduate of Briarcliffe College, Love is the founder and owner of Stuzo Clothing, as well as its art director and head of design. Love grew up in the Bronx in New York City and fulfilled the first of many dreams by moving to Los Angeles in 2010.
About Stuzo Clothing:
Although Stuzo Clothing is based in Los Angeles, its heart beats to the drums of the big city of New York. Its mission is to create a space in the fashion world where all are welcome without judgment. Stuzo is a gender-free-clothing company designed to invoke thought and emotion. The brand is for the nonconforming and bold at heart. Its pieces are gender-free because clothes don’t have any organs last time Stuzo checked. The company is inspired by love, people, and life. Whatever shape or form you choose to exist in, Stuzo celebrates that.
Ruby Rose (Orange Is the New Black), comedians Gina Yashere (The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, Def Comedy Jam) and Tiffany Haddish (Girls Trip), Coco and Breezy, Lena Waithe (Master of None), Jada Pinkett Smith, and Spike Lee are some of the many high-profile individuals Stuzo counts among its fans.•