The Marvel is a wardrobe essential - a button-down blouse with bow detail that can be tied 3 ways (pussy bow, side bow, simple knot), blouson sleeves, and a gathered yoke. Tucked into our Harper Pant or layered over our Love Yourself Treggings, it's perfect for the board room or Zoom virtual meeting room.
This limited edition version is dedicated to storytellers, female journalists who share our stories and bring awareness to women’s history. May we all be encouraged to continue to use our voices to make a difference.
The American print features notable suffragists (including women of color who may have been overlooked during their time) and newspaper articles from the 1910s and 1920s covering the ratification of the 19th Amendment guaranteeing American women their right to vote. The International print celebrates women's suffrage around the world (e.g., Canada, France, Germany, India, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland, U.K.).
"I think I've been inordinately lucky..." - Marvel Jackson Cooke, the first African American woman to work in a mainstream newspaper. A journalist and civil rights activist, Marvel went undercover to write about the social inequalities of women.
Made in NYC's Garment District, each top provides a seamstress with 2.5 hours of work.
MADE TO ORDER. SHIPS IN 15 BUSINESS DAYS.
Made with love in NYC's Garment District
Machine washable, soft, wrinkle resistant recycled polyester crepe de chine fabric, custom-printed in NYC
Concealed button front placket
Blouson sleeves, button cuff
Pussy-bow tie that can be tied many ways to create different looks
Side slit hemline to be worn untucked or tucked
Please allow 15-20 business days for shipment, as each item is hand-sewn in NYC
Fits true to size.
Fitted across the shoulders, with a loose cut through the bust and waist