People Are People Launch at Payless
Acclaimed CFDA fashion designer, Christian Siriano, recently announced – to the delight of fashion fans everywhere – that he will take a coveted spot as a host for the upcoming season of Project Runway, the very show where he won the top spot in 2007! But that’s not the only good news Christian is sending our way…
Introducing, People are People, the latest collaboration out of a ten-year partnership between Christian and Payless! Christian, an outspoken advocate of creating fashion for all people, regularly features an inclusive runway show with models of all sizes and backgrounds. The designer coined the phrase, People are People, during his fall/winter 2017 New York Fashion Week show whenhe featured a model wearing a t-shirt with the simple, strong message printed large in black and white. And now thePeople are People collaboration with Payless continues his mission of celebrating all people from all walks of life.,.
For the savvy fashionistas out there, it comes as no surprise that Christian and Payless have shared such an incredible partnership for the last decade. For over sixty years, Payless has made great fashion accessible to all people by offering fashionable styles at affordable price points and extended sizes, proving to women everywhere that you don’t have to pay more to look amazing. Maybe that’s why Payless has been selected for the Women’s Choice Award as America’s Most Trusted Shoe Retailer for two years running!
People are People is available now exclusively at payless.com and in Payless locations across the country. The new line features a slip on sneaker, handbag and fragrance. To celebrate this exciting launch, Payless is giving our fans the opportunity to win one of these new People are People products! To enter, visit our contest page through December 10th for your chance to win!
“I’m proud to celebrate people from all walks of life on the runway.
I’m happy that we were able to get people’s attention on the idea of not being so exclusive in the world of fashion. I’m proud that we were able to push that in people’s face and say, fashion should be for more people, whether it’s size or whatever it is.”