This Project Runway finalist designs for the confident and versatile woman. According
This Project Runway finalist designs for the confident and versatile woman. According to Goldson, who's been in business since 2011, her customer "accentuates her curves instead of hiding them, achieves success in her career but doesn't let it define her, listens to both Jay-Z and Adele, and loves to travel but her home is well-appointed and warm." It's no wonder her fall collection was triggered by the ultimate dynamic woman: FLOTUS. "I was inspired by our First Lady Michelle Obama," says Goldson. "I drew from what I thought she would wear and stepped it up a notch with luxurious textiles." Goldson's design motives extend beyond her clothes: "I'd like the Kimberly Goldson brand to be known as vehemently empowering, refined and covertly sexy. I did not make it here on my own strength, so I want my legacy to be about my dedication to giving back and transforming lives."