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Five years ago, Natasha opened Halmoni, a boutique specializing in vintage statement pieces for women that also acts as a hub for fashionistas, artists and creatives interested in vintage culture. Recognizing that finding fashionable clothing in plus sizes can be challenging, Natasha wanted to create a brand that not only sells fashionable plus sized clothing, but also promotes body-positivity and self-love for plus sized women.
Read Natasha's inspiring story at Kiva's Medium page.