Fashion week is not just pretty clothes on the runway, it's a retrospective of the fashion industry as a whole. The clothes are influential, as is the person wearing them, and also the people attending. Designers constantly have to make decisions that they realize will have this influence on the general public. Many designers have begun to be mindful when casting a show, opting for bigger girls or more women of color. These were once the outcasts, the ones who no one paid any attention to until the shouts and screams from fellow artists became louder, forcing the industry to pay attention. We've highlighted three of our favorite designers, for that reason or another, giving insights to the stories they have to tell.