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Published on Jun 25, 2014
Iconic American designers like Calvin Klein, Donna Karan and Ralph Lauren share one thing in common: they had Jewish immigrant parents who worked as tailors in New York's garment industry.
Today, it's Asian immigrants and Asian-Americans who are redefining fashion in the U.S. Fusion sat down with experts in the industry to talk about the ways immigrants have defined "typical" American fashion.