Archel Bernard seeks to help survivors of the Ebola pandemic rebuild, while pushing past the country’s boundaries on fashion

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"Be a #Bombchel. Back our clothes, change a life."

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STaC alumna (2011), Archel Bernard, was featured this month by the New York Times Fashion & Style section for the work that she is doing in Monrovia, Liberia. She started a clothing line and boutique in 2013 called Mango Rags, and then the Ebola outbreak occurred. She left Liberia, but after returning, her new company, The Bombchel Factory, is becoming a place that fosters a supportive new community for Ebola survivors and edgy fashion that challenges convention. Read “Stitching Together Lives and Fashion in Liberia”.

Learn about Bernard’s Kickstarter campaign.

 


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  • Created By: Jessica Anderson
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  • Created On: Feb 14, 2016 - 2:22pm
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:20pm