Indonesian-American international fashion designer Stacy Stube has been working to revitalize Baltimore’s garment industry for the past five years. In 2021, Stube ran 200 miles in eight days to open an abandoned garment factory as SEW BROMO, a fashion heritage and needle trade school.
In 2010, Stube completed a joint Master’s program between London College of Fashion – Fashion Entrepreneurship & Innovation and London Business School – New Creative Ventures. The social impact-driven entrepreneur has been working in the luxury fashion sector between the USA, Europe, and Southeast Asia for over 20 years. She worked for brands such as Alexander McQueen, Burberry, and Hugo Boss in PR, production and retail and wholesale. Stube sews love through the business of life.