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Championing Asian Women’s Representation with Love, Bonito

Championing Asian Women’s Representation with Love, Bonito

Love Bonito womenswear for Asians

We’re well into Women’s Month and Love, Bonito just launched their new Signature line that was designed to help women flow through life with pieces built just for them. Flattering cuts, wrinkle-free fabric, and classic color palettes, what more can we ask for?

The new Love, Bonito Signature line is perfect for women of all ages who are looking for versatile garments that they can take from the boardroom to brunch. These clothes were designed to help women feel more confident as they take on the day ahead – whether they’re making soulful music, building a global brand, or slowing down.

To drive Love, Bonito’s mission forward, they’ve tapped several Asian women who have made a global impact to be the face of this line. So, not only are these women showcasing what they’re capable of but they’re also doing it in style.

Rachel Lim

At 19, Rachel Lim started making waves in the fashion industry by starting an online fashion business. This small blogshop would transform into Love, Bonito. In a little over a decade, it’s pretty clear that Rachel’s desire to empower women by having timeless pieces readily available is what made her a global success.

Rachel Lim

Of course, it only makes sense that Rachel would be repping her brand by wearing some of her favorite pieces from the Signature collection. In this photo, Rachel wears an ivory Nicole Padded Cut Out Midi Dress and the Rachel Ruched-ready Blazer in clay.

Arden Cho

Well, Netflix subscribers and Avatar the Last Airbender Live Adaptation watchers, you probably recognize Arden Cho. She plays the cool and composed cut-throat bounty hunter, June, in the series – and let’s be honest, she’s perfect for the role.

While Arden may exude confidence on-screen, Arden off-screen may be even cooler. Arden Cho is more than just an actress. She’s also a CEO, taekwondo black belter, producer, and singer, a multitalented woman who’s driven to represent Asian-Americans in the entertainment industry.

Arden Cho

As an entertainer, Arden knows how important it is that she dresses the part. She’s had her pick from the Love, Bonito Signature line and she’s chosen to style the Ling Belted Tailored Vest in ivory, the Arden Tweed Jacket in Oat, and the Yuna Tailored High Rise Pants in Oat.

Chanel Miller

Chanel Miller’s Know My Name is one of the most riveting, heartbreaking, and courageous memoirs that I’ve read to date. In her book, she bravely talks about her sexual assault. Her pain, resilience, and strength are documented in the book and her decision to move forward and live a full life has been captured beautifully in her book.

Miller expresses herself through her art and her writing and she lives her life unapologetically as she continues to advocate for the well-being of sexual assault survivors.

Chanel Miller

No matter where you find Chanel, you’ll find her embracing the fun and chaos of life in some of her favorite Love, Bonito pieces. In the photo above, she’s wearing the Moon Shoulder Padded V-Neck Top in white and the Iman Tailored Column Midi Skirt in Dusty Coral.

Gym Tam and Mya Rose Miller

The mother-daughter duo, Gym Tam and Mya Rose Miller, are showing women all over the world that beauty and style have no age. These two digital personalities are curating timeless easy-to-execute looks and flaunting it on social media.

Gym Tam was an ex-fashion executive who built her career around growing fashion brands. Her experience in branding and design is what inspires her to create chic and clean looks for her followers. Mya, on the other hand, is a PR queen who freelances for a luxury purse company that’s women-founded, AAPI, and sustainable.

Gym Tan and Mya Miller

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You can often see these two ladies on social media sporting identical or similar looks. Although, the photo above, gives us a rare non-twinning photo. Instead, the duo contrasts each other in a Simone Pleated Padded Twist Back Jumpsuit in black and a Dez Pleated Boat Neck Crop Top and Gym Pleated Column Midi Skirt in dusty citron.

Yuna Zarai

Yuna Zarai grew up in Kuala Lumpur exposed to music genres ranging from jazz, blues, and rock, thanks to her father. Inspired by her father’s taste in music and her own personal style, she began writing confessional songs at the age of 14. Since then, Yuna has kept a sense of authenticity in her music and style.

Yuna’s commitment to staying true to herself and her Muslim Southeast Asian heritage is one of the reasons why her music is so soulful, unique, and timeless. Her perseverance, confidence, and hard work have led her to collaborate with some of the world’s biggest artists such as Usher, Tyler, the Creator, and Pharell Williams.

Yuna Zarai

Much like her music, Yuna’s style embraces her sense of fashion and her culture. Her photo above shows her rocking the Dewi Relaxed Blazer in ivory and Ivy Satin Button Down in Oat.

Timeless Outfits for the Global Stage

Love, Bonito’s Signature line provides women with timeless pieces that they can wear as they make their mark on the world. These comfortable pieces were designed to help women show off their personal style wherever they may be – and what better way to show off the Signature line than with some of Asia’s most iconic women?

These women aren’t just showing the world what Asian women can do, but they’re also showing that you can make an impact on the world while looking good.

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