20 Nov Puerto Rican mother-daughter duo aim to empower women with their handbag line
THIS STORY WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY CLICK ORLANDO
Paulina “Amina” Anchia was only six years old when she got her first sewing machine from her grandmother in Puerto Rico. Little did she know at the time, it would be her ticket to making a difference for other young women.
Encouraged by her mother Beatriz Martinez, Anchia created bags and clothes to sell to family and friends. Finally, the mother-daughter duo decided to follow Anchia’s dream of becoming a fashion designer and launched the brand Beamina.