With the rise in hate crimes in light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, this year Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month matters even more. In the middle of these uncertain times, we are reflecting on how this community is core to the fabric of America.

Sandy Liang has been spending her time in quarantine working remotely with her small team and sometimes alone in her studio. “It’s been nice to have more time to design and really think about what I want and what I care about,” she tells Teen Vogue.

The New York City-based designer’s brand has become synonymous with a certain type of fashion person: innately cool, extremely chill, 100% themself. She turns pieces that are traditionally not fashionable into statement pieces: an oversized fleece jacket, a bucket hat, a pair of Vans. And she definitely knows her audience—she recently had a pop-up shop on the very popular…

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