The honoree for the 2022 Femmy “Generations” Award is The Komar Family! We honor three generations of the Komar family.

What began in 1908 as a small intimate apparel shop in New York City’s Lower East Side has grown into an industry leader in the design, sourcing, manufacturing and distribution of apparel. From their humble beginnings through to today, the Komar family exemplifies hard work, determination and artistry passed down though time. We look forward to their continued commitment to these values for many more generations to come.

The 2022 Femmy Award honoree for “Industry Science” is The NPD Group! Founded in 1966, NPD works with over 2,000 of the world’s top brands and retailers to discover and analyze what’s selling, who’s buying, and why.

This global market research organization helps measure current performance, predict future performance, improve marketing and product development, and identify business and consumer trends and market opportunities. read more

The 2022 Femmy Award honoree for “Brand Disruptor” is Savage X Fenty! Since being founded in 2018 by Barbadian singer Rihanna, Savage X Fenty has disrupted the lingerie industry and redefined sexy.

This lingerie brand emphasizes confidence and inclusivity, and is designed for all genders, sizes, and backgrounds. Recognized for their innovation and social awareness, Savage X Fenty has scooped up enormous market share and is actively changing the way people shop for and see lingerie!

The 2022 Femmy Awards “Rising Star” Honoree is Parade! Founded by Cami Téllez and her business partner Jack DeFuria in 2019, Parade has quickly risen to success by representing what the traditional underwear market isn’t.

Much of the inspiration behind this brand sparked when Cami Téllez walked through malls and observed the lack of representation of diverse femininity. Their mission is to create comfortable, affordable undergarments that celebrates all body types!

The story of Bombas is one of compassion and service. A commitment to help those in need by way of a simple comfort: socks.

When founders Randy Goldberg and David Heath learned that socks were the most desired clothing item at homeless shelters, their mission of giving back to the community was set in motion. read more

The sketches of five original student designs by Fashion Institute of Technology intimate apparel concentration students, channelling the theme “Minimalism as a Marketable Design” for the 2022 Student Design Contest!

The winners of the 2021 Student Design Contest featuring works by Fashion Institute of Technology students in the theme of "Creative Comfort – The Reality of Today; The Dream of Tomorrow" have been announced!