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Northeastern Alum Empowers Women Through Her New Clothing Brand (News@Northeastern)

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Northeastern Graduate of 2013, Natasha Shazana has been making her mark on the fashion world with her company Soko—a brand that aims to empower modern Malaysian women. In this article, Shazana describes how she saw a lack of diversity in bra styles and among the people who modeled them and how her company works to fix that.

I wanted to drive change and accelerate change in the broad industry in terms of representation, first and foremost.

Natasha Shazana, Northeastern Class of 2013

Click here to learn more about the research Shazana conducted before starting her company and the praise she has received since.

(Photo from: News@Northeastern)

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