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This Young Designer Tackled Sexual Assault During Her NYFW Debut

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Imogen Evans talks about her latest collection

Ahead of the imi by Imogen Evans debut at NYFW, the designer visited NYLON to chat with us about her collection, titled "Places I've Been Touched." She'd chosen to collect stories of sexual assault survivors, incorporating them in prints and silhouettes across the various styles she created, to eventually were sent down the runway. "I'm quite politically engaged," 19-year-old Evans told us. "I'm really interested in societal issues and I really like to articulate these issues through my work." Get to know Evans, and see how her first NYFW runway show came to life above.

Credits:
Shot by Charlotte Prager, Dani Okon and Gretta Wilson
Edited By Camilla Hayman
Produced by Alex Hsie

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