The Courage Collection is created to motivate young female creatives to use their talents and show the courage to stand up for themselves and their creativity. Wear your favorite print as inspiration to carry the qualities of the impactful woman it represents.
Maya Angelou: Maya is a true renaissance woman- a poet, a playwright, a dancer, a civil rights activist, a screenwriter and more. She was the first black female streetcar conductor in San Francisco as a teenager! She also earned more than 50 honorary degrees. Discover her values on racism, family, and self-identity through her life works. Remember to stand up for yourself and for others less courageous than you!
Dolly Parton: Dolly is a singer-songwriter, actress, author, record producer, and humanitarian. In addition to her huge talent, Dolly also has a wonderful, giving heart. Coming from a humble beginning in the Appalachian Mountains, Dolly’s own father never learned to read or write. Inspired by him, and wanting more for the children of the next generations, Dolly started The Imagination Library. Once a child is signed up for this completely free program, they will receive a new book every month until they turn five and are ready to go off to kindergarten. Never forget where you come from, no matter how far you may go in life!
Frida Kahlo: Frida is a world-renowned Mexican painter, known for her self-portraits, colorful depictions of pain, passion, and life experiences. She uses vibrant colors and plants to convey her emotions in her paintings and preserved through many physical tragedies during her lifetime. She coped with polio as a child, and narrowly survived a bus accident as a teenager-leaving her with life long injuries. She is celebrated across the world of art and feminity for her brilliant use of colors, bold nature, and constant perseverance. May we all find our inner Frida to overcome challenges as they arise!
Georgia O'Keeffe: Georgia is an American painter known for her paintings of abstracts, flowers, landscapes, and skyscrapers. She found her own personal language of self-expression through shapes and colors. Known for her independent spirit and dramatic works of art, she became known as the "Mother of American Modernism," and the highest-paid female artist in her time. Find your own personal language of self-expression and style. Then, most importantly, stay true to it.
3.75” x 1.75”
95% cotton 5% spandex
Attached to a soft nylon headband in tan