AT A GLANCE
Harvard Alumni for Fashion, Luxury, & Retail is a non-profit alumni organization of 700 diverse members from around the world, spanning 6 continents, 8 decades, and all 13 schools within Harvard University.
Our group was founded for 3 purposes:
Through our community and these initiatives, we hope to shift the social ecology of the FL&R industries to empower ALL people and promote healthy environments.
We offer a variety of events with alumni, industry leaders, and perhaps most importantly marginalized voices. Most of our programs are free and open to the public, as we believe everyone deserves access to education.
On the last Saturday of each month we offer our members (and occasionally guests) an opportunity to connect. We also participate in Global Networking Night, and have at least 1 in-person networking event per year in June.
As a non-profit we understand the critical work that similar organizations are doing without the resources to do so. We present various opportunities for our members to give back throughout the year.
BECOME A MEMBER
If you are an alum of any Harvard school, a current student, an honorary degree holder or fellow, a faculty or staff member, an event speaker, a FL&R Award recipient, a donor that meets a certain threshold, or a family member of such a person you are eligible to become a member!
To become a member, please fill out the form below:
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We aim to make education accessible to all, but we also believe that
education without compensation is exploitation and that we must work to dismantle systems of unpaid labor.
We are currently fundraising to be able to pay our event speakers so that we may offer high-quality, holistic, and free educational resources to ALL people.
If you would like to help us use our platform for ALL voices and audiences, then please consider making a donation.
And if you would like more information and recommendations on how to make a difference, then please visit our page on anti-racism.