Surprising the crowd with her S/S 2016 collection was designer Amy Stetkiewicz!
Educated at Parsons School of Design in NYC in the early 1990s and inspired by all things modern, stetkiewicz is a reflection of the designer’s own personal style. Her aesthetic blends edgy minimalism grounded in technical perfection and unexpected fabrics, construction and styling.
For her newest collection, Stetkiewicz threw the crowd a curve-ball. Usually one for leather pants and clean lines, the models walked down the runway in boho chic designs with flowy silhouettes. Dresses were detailed in fringe, while others were made out of denim or cut out lace pieces sewn together.
What can we say Amy? We LOVED your surprise!
For more information visit www.stetkiewicz.com!
Abernethy, a Providence-based designer, creates clean, forward and wearable apparel. Born in Connecticut, she moved to a small town outside of Nuremberg, Germany as a teenager. Abernethy received degrees in both Design and Pattern Making from ESMOD University in Munich.
Rather than focusing on trends, Abernethy’s designs channel a sharp, effortless sophistication. This season shimmery fabrics and textured materials were found in an array of pastel colors. Accessorized with tennis rackets, and colorful hair these girls are ready to bring in the spring months with style!
Visit www.jessabernethy.com for more information!
Jonathan Joseph Peters
Closing Season 11 with a theatrical performance was designer JJP!
JJP is an up and coming American designer who searches tirelessly to find the fulcrum between avant-garde and ready to wear. By mixing pattern, texture, silhouette, and color Peters creates pieces with merit on the runway.
We cannot get enough of the collaboration between JJP & House of Cach. Their edgy styles meshed perfectly together to create a cohesive S/S 2016 collection. The House of Cach accessories takes the design to a new level with chain collar necklaces, bejeweled masks, layered necklaces, and more! Paired with JJP’s snakeskin dresses, black high slit ensembles, asymmetrical pieces, and straight jackets the show was the perfect way to end Season 11.