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Intersectional Style: Marching Forward in Celebration of Women's History Month

Intersectional Style: Marching Forward in Celebration of Women's History Month

Marching Forward with Intersectional Style: From Black History Month to Women's History Month

As we transition from Black History Month into Women's History Month, we bring the lessons, experiences, and truths that resonate beyond the calendar. We understand that Black and Women's histories are intertwined and interdependent, adding nuance and complexity to our unified American history.

Who We Are

At Queen Anna House of Fashion, we believe that fashion is more than just clothes. It's a way to celebrate and recognize the contributions, achievements, and cultural heritage of all people. As a Black woman, I am proud to acknowledge those who came before me and paved the way for me to be here, doing what I love. Their stories tie us together; by sharing them, we can see ourselves in each other and humanize our problems and plights.

Nicole Jennings for Share the mic MNFor me, it's essential to spread my love and passion for clothing and humanity, and I do so through Queen Anna House of Fashion. Some may wonder why I choose to blend themes that resonate beyond the fashion world into my business. The answer is simple: I can't be authentically who I am if I'm only selling clothes without making it personal. To live a fulfilled life, I must do the things that most won't so that those who come after me don't have to.
Anna Whitten Hall

At Queen Anna House of Fashion, we recognize the value and humanity in ALL people. We believe you deserve to be seen and heard and wear whatever makes you feel good without ever needing to shrink back for anyone. Fashion cannot matter if people like me can be dressed in the finest Queen Anna attire and still be detained and killed just for being who they were created to be. We seek to do both: acknowledge the humanity in all people while recognizing the fight for equity and inclusion, doing it all in style.

Historically, Black people have made incredible contributions to the world, from inspiring leaders to groundbreaking artists. Just as Black History Month provides an opportunity to reflect on the past and celebrate the present, Women's History Month offers a chance to do the same for women.

What's Next

As we continue to encourage the normalization of Black History as American History and a general way of life, we invite you to follow along with us on social media as we bring that same energy to all that we have in store for Women's History Month. We'll be sharing ways to engage, support, and learn more about the women of the past and present who have fought for equity and inclusion.

If you have information or stories you'd like to share with our community and us, please email them to, and we'll review and share them accordingly.

Thank you for joining us on this journey to genuine inclusivity, diversity, and fashion journey.


Until next time, bye-bye!

 ~Nicole Jennings, Owner



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