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About EMME

Studio

By Korina Emmerich

EMME Studio is a New York based clothing and accessory brand founded by Korina Emmerich.

Korina Emmerich has built her Brooklyn NY based brand, EMME Studio, on the backbone of Expression, Art and Culture. Leading the charge to embrace art and design as one and weaving it into her brand story.  Originally from the Pacific Northwest, her colorful work is known to reflect her patrilineal Indigenous heritage from The Coast Salish Territory, Puyallup tribe.

With a strong focus on social and climate justice while speaking out about industry responsibility and accountability: Emmerich works actively to expose and dismantle systems of oppression and challenge colonial ways of thinking.

Emmerich is a thinker, maker, and critical analyst.

 

She serves on the Board of Directors for The Slow Factory Foundation and is a speaker and panelist at sustainable literacy events and global conferences discussing: slow fashion, sustainability, dismantling white supremacy, environmental racism, sovereignty, climate and social justice, and combating systemic racism. 

 

​Items are made-to-order in our Brooklyn, New York studio located on occupied Canarsee territories. Items are made from upcycled, recycled, and all-natural materials giving respect to the life cycle of a garment from creation to biodegradation. Supplies are limited. Production and shipping take 2 weeks. Please contact us for custom orders and sign up on our mailing list for updates. 

ƛ'ububƛ'ub,  kʷaxʷalikʷ,  ʔabalikʷ

Be kind, be helpful, be sharing

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Press

ELLE Magazine USA

ELLE Magazine USA

The Indigenous Fashion Designer Using Face Masks To Fight Injustice

VOGUE USA

VOGUE USA

At the Santa Fe Indian Market, Tradition and Innovation Collide

Fashion In/Action: Dressing for Global Unrest

Fashion In/Action: Dressing for Global Unrest

A new exhibition from N.Y.U. Steinhardt’s Costume Studies program. The exhibition and symposium explore the ways that Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter protests in 2020 have changed fashion, including designers using their factories to make personal protective equipment and the symbolism of clothing worn to demonstrations. The symposium will feature original research from students and a keynote speech from Korina Emmerich, a fashion designer and the founder of EMME Studio.

CNN

CNN

They're weaving their culture into the fabrics of their face masks

Fashion Institute of Technology

Fashion Institute of Technology

Jeffrey Gibson and Korina Emmerich in Conversation

2020 SWAIA Fashion Spotlight

2020 SWAIA Fashion Spotlight

Korina Emmerich

Native American Arts

Native American Arts

Fashion Forward

VOGUE USA

VOGUE USA

8 Artists to Know From This Year’s Virtual Santa Fe Indian Market

VOGUE USA

VOGUE USA

15 Indigenous Designers on What Sustainable Fashion Is Missing

Teen Vogue USA

Teen Vogue USA

What the Homemade Mask Movement Says About Sustainability

Native American Arts

Native American Arts

August 2019 Issue "Year of The Woman" section: Fearless Fashion

Rocket Magazine

Rocket Magazine

EMME Unmasked, pg 96

VOGUE Arabia

VOGUE Arabia

Why You Must Tune In to Tonight’s Launch Podcast on Race in Fashion

Dressed Podcast

Dressed Podcast

Fashion History Mystery #37: Fashion as Art and Protest with Korina Emmerich

Native Max Magazine

Native Max Magazine

Fall Into Haute Couture Style

NOW THIS HerStories

NOW THIS HerStories

Korina Emmerich is Reclaiming Indigenous Culture Through Fashion | Her Stories | NowThis

Southwest Contemporary

Southwest Contemporary

Santa Fe Indian Market Haute Couture Fashion Show

Designer Spotlight: Korina Emmerich

Designer Spotlight: Korina Emmerich

Ahead of Santa Fe Indian Market, we’re featuring the designers whose lines will be shown at the SWAIA Haute Couture Fashion Show. Here we spotlight Korina Emmerich

FASHION Magazine

FASHION Magazine

“It’s Not Cool To Wear A Headdress”: Looking Ahead to Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week

Native American Arts

Native American Arts

April/May 2019 Issue "Who's Who in Native Fashion"

The Styleline

The Styleline

The Styleline x Brand Assembly: Emmerich NY

FLARE Magazine

FLARE Magazine

10 Designers to Watch at Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week

Marie Claire

Marie Claire

November Issue

Huffington Post

Huffington Post

Embracing Indigenous Culture And Designers

Marie Claire

Marie Claire

September Issue

The Assemblist

The Assemblist

Designing a Colorful Life