Along with our existing proceeds to Period Movement, we will additionally be donating a portion of every purchase to Feeding America - a non-profit that provides food to communities and individuals across the U.S. 🤍 #AAGCSTRONG
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Asian American Girl Club is an apparel company set to redefine what it means to be a modern Asian American woman. Whether it be through flooding your timeline with powerful images of rad women, creating content -from interviews to skincare to straight up real talk, or designing goodies with you specifically in mind, we’re dedicated to the normalization of the next generation of AAPI gals and boss babes. To give voice and celebrate.
This is the AAGC.
ALLY MAKI - Founder + Creative Director
A native of Kirkland, WA, Japanese American actress Ally Maki moved to Los Angeles when she was fourteen after being scouted by a talent manager in her hometown. After a decade of appearances in shows like “10 Things I Hate About You”, she also gained much acclaim for her role as the androgynous prodigy, Dr. Haru Tanaka on FOX’s “BONES” as well as starring as the fearless Min in the beloved feature film “Geography Club.”
Currently, you can catch Ally on TBS' hit comedy "Wrecked" as the hilarious and strong willed heart of the show, Jess, as brilliant scientist Mina Hess on “Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger"on Freeform and as Ikumi on the critically acclaimed “Dear White People.” Now, Ally is committed to her personal mission of redefining what it means to be an Asian American woman in the modern era and moving the conversation forward through unification and normalization. Beyond being incredibly vocal in her efforts to ensure representation is being recognized in Hollywood, she is also active in working towards her mission to help young women through organizations like GIRLS INC. Through all of her experiences, Ally counts the creation of AAGC as a defining moment and one of her proudest accomplishments.
"I never saw anyone who looked like me on TV when I was growing up," she says. "I wasn't represented in any way. I want [Asian girls] to be like, 'If she can do it, then I can do it, too.'" - Maki on Elle.com
AMANDA TRAN - Director of Operations + Creative Producer
Representing Federal Way, WA, Amanda is a Vietnamese Chinese American- she graduated from the University of Washington in 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology: Medical Anthropology & Global Health, and Music Minor, Purdue University in 2017 with a Master of Science in Communications and Graduate Certificate in Strategic Communications, and is a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher. She divides her time between managing multiple artists, making waves with AAGC, performing with nationally acclaimed professional a cappella groups, directing a non-profit organization, hosting a podcast, and writing her own music.
Jenny is an illustrator and designer based in NYC currently Art Directing at Apartment Therapy.Raised in Vancouver, Canada, She graduated at the School of Visual Arts with her BFA. When she's not drawing or day dreaming, you can find her laughing at dog memes, obsessing over astrology, or over-eating desserts.
We believe there is nothing more powerful than girls supporting girls - especially when they are founded by an AAPI female powerhouse like #TEAMAAGC girl Nadya Okamoto. That’s why we are so proud to support Period Movement. Powered by Gen Z, this organization is changing the game when it comes to the stigma of women’s health and creating menstrual equity on a global level. We should no longer feel ashamed of our bodies and the power of being a woman.
A portion of the proceeds from every sale will be donated directly to Period Movement.
PERIOD is a globally youth-run organization that provides and celebrates menstrual health through service, education, and advocacy. Since its founding in 2014 by Nadya Okamoto and Vincent Forand, at the age of 16, PERIOD has grown to be the largest youth-run NGO in women’s health, and one of the fastest growing ones in the United States. The PERIOD network has addressed almost 400,000 periods through product distribution to menstruators in need, and registered over 230 campus chapters at universities and high schools around the US and abroad.