For some, fashion is both art and a way to imagine new worlds. For many, personal style is dictated by popular trends sourced from runways, street style, and paparazzi photos. What’s often missing from that fashion narrative is the perspective of individuals and markets outside of the mainstream; personal style and body types that deviate from the norm; and designers who prioritize capsules and customized pieces over mass-production. A sizable demographic neglected as both consumers and designers includes black women, Muslim women, and the people who find themselves at the intersection of both identities. We've found seven black women designers creating fashion-forward work that anyone can wear, but especially those who look to their identities for inspiration.