Most Prominent Co. is an apparel and digital media brand driving a socially-conscious streetwear culture to improve garment labor working conditions.
Our research is incorporated into meaningful apparel and published as digital content.
We are the voice for those that cannot speak for or help themselves. We are on a journey to liberate lives through storytelling, educating, and advocating.
What we care about
Publicly addressing specific causes and initiatives that support garment labor conditions or our planet.
Proactively engaging in the community and giving back to those in need through projects, events, and donations.
Providing informative resources and content to enlighten consumers and brands.
Putting the well-being of people affected by the garment manufacturing industry at the forefront of all we do.
Being intentional about producing responsibly and using materials that have the least harm to the environment.
Understanding all facets of our production process and how they impact garment workers.
The Library “is dedicated to improving ‘sustainability literacy’ in fashion by using a wholistic, human centered approach,” bridging science, human rights and technology with fashion to develop products, resources, and certifications for the industry and consumers.
Kia Davis, solo designer of Kikiskinis, took matters into her own hands after being tired of buying swimwear and clothing that did not properly fit her body type. She turned to her father’s closer where she repurposed an old polo shirt into a matching two-piece set.
Instead of giving massive discounts on our products, we chose to donate 8% of all sales to these wonderful non-profits that are helping victims of California’s most destructive fires, back on their feet.
With hundreds of retailers offering hard to resist deals and discounted items, shopping ethically can become a bit difficult. Here’s a curated list of socially and environmentally-conscious brands having sales, offering great discounts, or giving back to the community this weekend.
“My work is about decolonization; to take the reins back in telling the story of my family and my experiences, and to unapologetically take up the space back from surface level expressions that were created to try and exploit a culture that this society had whitewashed in the first place.”
Some workers were able to escape but not before the fire claimed 146 fatalities. This New York tragedy drew attention to the poor working conditions within the garment industry. Conditions that, by today’s standards, many would characterize as a “sweatshop.”
Christopher RÆBURN is the embodiment of innovative fashion with a moral compass, attracting sustainable fashion advocates worldwide. “It is Mr. Ræburn’s clear vision of clothes that protect man and the planet that make him an original and exceptional designer.”
You know fast fashion is harmful. If you’re one of those people that’s heard about “conscious consumers” and wants to become one but doesn’t know where to start, you’ve come to the right place. It’s a lot simpler than you’d expect.
What does your trash have to do with streetwear? Rising experimental designer Nicole Blue of WastedLA can tell you. “If we can’t convince people to be environmentally-conscious because it’s the right thing to do, maybe we can convince them to support our cause because the things we make are also just really cool.”
It may be difficult to accept that your shopping activities relate to damaging fashion industry practices. Don’t be bummed. We are imperfect beings that generally mean no harm.
Tons of articles already exist exposing fast fashion and the problems that manifest as a result of it. It can become difficult to follow especially if you are unfamiliar with the subject. We’ve broken it down for you.
Similar garment-related tragedies occurring over a century apart speaks volumes about how little progress we have made to improve garment worker safety. Maybe it is time we all wake up and evaluate our clothing consumption.
Pleasures, known for its punk-inspired, grunge wear and contentious designs, just dropped a sneak peak into a special capsule collection that suggests promoting reducing garment waste in landfills.