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A 12-Week Fashion Design Incubator Program for BIPOC Youth residing in the South & West side of Chicago.

At CRE8 Space

Our mission is to combat the heartbreaking issue of gun violence and death among young BIPOC individuals in Chicago. We firmly believe that providing meaningful opportunities and creative outlets is a powerful way to address this urgent problem. Through our innovative 12 week fashion design program, youth will learn how to sew, create a garment, and build a business from scratch. We believe in providing a lifeline, fostering diverse leadership within our communities and equipping young individuals with essential fashion entrepreneurial skills that will shape their lives and pave the way to a brighter future.

Why CRE8 Space Matters

Creating a Safe Haven

In communities grappling with gun violence, it is crucial to provide alternatives and outlets that divert young individuals' attention towards constructive endeavors. CRE8 Space offers a nurturing and inclusive environment where participants can find solace, discover their passions, and engage in creative expression. By offering a positive and supportive space, we aim to reduce the risk of violence and create a haven for personal growth.

Fostering Diverse Leadership:

We believe that diverse leadership is essential for building strong, resilient communities. CRE8 Space is committed to cultivating leadership skills among our participants, encouraging them to explore their creative potential and develop their entrepreneurial spirit. By empowering young individuals with the necessary tools and knowledge, we create a pipeline of capable leaders who will drive positive change within their communities.

Life-Changing Skills

Our program goes beyond artistic training. Through a combination of entrepreneurship skills and sewing expertise, we equip participants with practical abilities that will serve them throughout their lives. By learning to create garments from scratch, participants gain valuable skills in problem-solving, critical thinking, attention to detail, and perseverance. These skills not only enable them to pursue a career in the fashion industry but also instill a sense of self-reliance and resilience that transcends their creative pursuits.

Nurturing Dreams and Aspirations

CRE8 Space is more than a program; it is a gateway to endless possibilities. By providing participants with the means to turn their artistic visions into reality, we inspire them to dream big and pursue their aspirations fearlessly. By nurturing their creative talents, we instill a sense of purpose and self-belief, empowering them to shape their own destiny and become the architects of their success.

The process of how to become apart of CRE8 Space:

Join Us in Building a Safer, Empowered Chicago

CRE8 Space is driven by a deep sense of responsibility to our communities. By supporting our cause, you contribute to the invaluable work of increasing opportunity for young BIPOC individuals living in the underserved neighborhoods of Chicago. Your support helps us offer vital resources, expert mentorship, and transformative experiences that will shape the lives of our participants for years to come.

Together, we can break the cycle of violence, empower our youth, and create a future where creativity, entrepreneurship, and leadership thrive. Join us in our mission to build a safer and brighter Chicago by supporting CRE8 Space.

Help us provide opportunities, create change, and save lives. Together, we can make a lasting impact


Presented by Urban Broadcast Media of Chicago. A recap video of the 24 Hour Peace fest hosted by Kids Off the Block.

A day of peace featuring music, games, back to school supplies, dancing, and a fashion show by ALMVGHTY Clothing.

Young people are dying in the streets everyday. It's our job to make sure we spread love and positivity. The youth need to know they have purpose and a calling in this life. Diane Latiker, founder of Kids Off the Block, has been serving the Roseland community for 15 years, with no signs of slowing down.

ALMVGHTY Presents: The Light Show

The Light Show took place on Jan. 4th, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois. This was our second annual fashion show which featured live body painting, music, libations, performances, & high fashion.

We designed a lot of last minute pieces for the show and showcased some unreleased designs. It was a fun night full of positivity, laughter, and good vibes. We believe in uplifting our city through inspiring events, our lifestyle, and the Word of God.


Official Recap of All Star 2020 Fashion Show produced by ALMVGHTY Clothing.

Concert took place at Alhambra Palace in Chicago's Fulton Market neighborhood. Featuring IRIDIUM, REDEAUX, Scurlock Haynes, and Heart of the City Media.

Foundry x ALMVGHTY F/W 2018 Fashion Show

A new retail experience brought to you by FOUNDRY and ALMVGHTY Clothing.

F/W 18 New Beginnings fashion featured ALMVGHTY + 3 local University of Iowa designers in their new collaborative space.


In celebration of the launch of our second F/W collection, CIVIL, we threw a Fashion Show/Pop Up Shop at the Jackson Junge Art Gallery in Wicker Park.

The theme of the event was centered around systematic oppression, police brutality, gun violence, and black on black crime in Chicago. We featured other upcoming designers, artists, and performers. I believe in collaborating with "competition." We all doing what we do for the same purpose.