Visionary: n. a person with original ideas about what the future will or could be like.

Every year the National Retail Federation (NRF) honors 25 people who are true originals, rising stars, inspirational change-makers, champions of retail and fearless leaders whose imagination, inspiration and innovation are having a true impact on the fashion and retail industry. We are thrilled to announce that Nineteenth Amendment’s cofounders Gemma Sole and Amanda Curtis made The 2018 List of 25 People Shaping Retail’s Future! Amanda and Gemma join the ranks of other visionaries like Tory Burch, Emily Weiss CEO and founder of Glossier, Katrina Lake CEO and Founder of Stitch Fix in the top 100 people to make the list since its inception in 2015. Be sure to follow Nineteenth Amendment on Facebook to join our founders live on the red carpet of the NRF Gala where they will be honored January 14 in NYC!

Our cofounders are only visionaries because of the community of visionaries that make up Nineteenth Amendment. From the Nineteenth Amendment  designers who believe in doing things differently and designing authentically, to you the Amenders who vote with your wallet for better fashion made ethically and sustainably in the USA, to our domestic manufacturing partners who use our technology everyday to operate efficiently while producing well-made works of wearable art.

So, here’s to you the true visionaries of what retail can be. Every purchase on Nineteenth Amendment supports a better future for fashion and we think you deserve to be rewarded! Through January 14th, 2018 take 10% off your total purchase on with code VISIONARY at checkout.

Thanks for your continued support.

Now let’s go change the future of fashion.

To get more info on the NRF and the award, read the full press release here.