The brand, which has been built around community and the practical needs of women, and pregnant mothers, will use the funding to scale its sneaker and footwear collections, which are made specifically for female feet, and scale its own e-commerce and wholesale distribution.
Allyson said the response so far to the launch of Saysh was greater than she could have ever imagined and that hearing from women that her story mirrored their own is why she and her brother Wes took the risk and started the brand.
“Like many women, I was afraid that starting a family would be a death sentence for my career. But I did it anyway. Saysh represents hope, acceptance, and the power to create change,” she said.
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Report: Samantha Conti