Blog: Crossroads Style

May 23, 2023 AAPI-Owned Fashion Labels to Know

In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, we featured AAPI-owned fashion brands on our Instagram feed. You can see them all here with links to shop and support them this month and all year long.

Par en Par

Par en Par is a modern resort wear line with elevated and sustainable pieces made of organic cotton. Scroll through their Instagram feed and start dreaming of your summer vacation pieces. We already have a few in mind!

photo of person in linen dress


Nary was founded by three sisters who blend their love of sustainable resort wear with a mission to honor their Cambodian roots. Their ethical brand provides safe and long-term employment to its Cambodian workers, as it strives to do its part to end the cycle of human exploitation there.

The result is beautiful, high-quality pieces produced in partnership with NGOs committed to ending sweatshops. Follow their IG feed to learn and see more.

photo of people wearing Nary blouses

Sandy Liang

Sandy Liang is a NY-based designer known for playful details on classic pieces like sweaters and summer dresses. We’re currently eyeing these adorable ballet-inspired mary janes. Check out the brand’s IG feed to admire the entire collection.

photo of mary janes

Dagne Dover

Dagne Dover is a brand well-recognized for its perfect mix of stylish and practical accessories. Their line of cleverly designed bags runs from sporty diaper bags to chic totes. Follow their feed to see what’s new!

photo of person wearing Dagne Dover outfit

These are only a few of the AAPI-owned fashion labels to know about right now. Follow along on our blog as we share the latest news, labels, and trends in fashion.