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Nationality  American
Role  Fashion designer
Name  Rachel Antonoff

Website  www.rachelantonoff.com
Occupation  Fashion designer
Siblings  Jack Antonoff
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Rachel Antonoff is a fashion designer based in New York City. She is known for presenting her designs in creative ways, including in the form of a murder mystery, as a “sock hop,” and in a dollhouse. In 2015, director and actress Lena Dunham promoted Antonoff’s collaboration with & Other Stories in a short film called Vote Audrey. Dunham famously wore Antonoff’s Uterus Sweater to a Planned Parenthood event where she then auctioned it off to raise an additional $4,000 for the cause. The text off her popular 2013 “I’m With Her” sweatshirt transcended into politics after Hillary Clinton’s campaign adopted I’m With Her as the campaign’s slogan. Antonoff starred in and was the creative director for the music video for Tegan and Sara's "Boyfriend" in 2016.

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Antonoff was raised in New Jersey where she and her brother Jack Antonoff, singer and songwriter of Bleachers and lead guitarist of the indie rock band Fun, would commute to the Upper West Side to attend the Professional Children’s School where Rachel studied theater. Her younger sister, Sarah, died of brain cancer at the age of 13.

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Antonoff and members of the band Fun formed The Ally Coalition, or TAC, to encourage those in the fashion and entertainment industries to use their influence to end discrimination against LGBTQ people. She has long been fighting for LGBTQ equality and donates a percentage of the proceeds from her collections to support organizations that share the same goals. Antonoff also offered her support to a number of other organizations including GLAAD, Human Rights Campaign, The Trevor Project, and Freedom To Marry.


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