Kim Kardashian West Wears Billy Johnny Sweats

Kim Kardashian West is wearing the Billy “Johnny Sweats” in grey. The high-waisted sweats feature a drawstring detailing at both waistband and ankle and will be available for purchase in October 2017 at

Featured Photo from “Splash News via BILLY”  

BILLY, founded in 2017, is luxury ready-to-wear designed by Holly Jovenall and handcrafted in Los Angeles, California. The brand is rooted in personal narrative and deep craft.

BILLY’s comfortable basics are multi-directional and can be elevated or slouched in. Attention to silhouette brings a casual-elegance, enhanced by hand distressed and hand screened details. Paying homage to visionaries like Yohji Yamamoto and Rick Owens, Jovenall’s designs are foundational but subversive in their proportions and bend simplicity into something entirely new. BILLY favors black-and-white, with colors sourced from the best tones of weathered vintage fabric.


Badgley Mischka, one of the world’s leading special occasion fashion designers, is pleased to announce the launch of their first-ever Badgley Mischka Home collection. The duo launched the collection on February 14th at their Fall/Winter 2017 fashion show during NYFW. Following the success of the brands’ “see now, buy now” collection platform last year, the Badgley Mischka Home collection will be available on immediately after the February 14th show.

Every piece from the Badgley Mischka Home collection embodies the intricate detailing that epitomized the Badgley Mischka ready-to-wear pieces. The collection is inspired by Mark and James’ passion for building homes and creating enduring designs for cherished life moments.

The Badgley Mischka Home collection features an array of dining, living, and bedroom collections in addition to accent furniture, case goods, upholstered items, decorative accessories, and candles, ranging from $100 to $10,000. Inspired by Mark and James’ passion for building homes and creating enduring designs for cherished life moments, each piece in the collection embodies the intricate detailing and old Hollywood glamour for which Badgley Mischka is known.

“We are thrilled to see this collection come to life,” Mark Badgley said. “It has been a wonderful labor of love to combine our passions for interior design and fashion design. Each piece we’ve created for Badgley Mischka Home really is an extension of our aesthetic and what we love – both on the runway and in our own home,” he continued. “To be able to design pieces that we hope will create amazing environments and moments at home for our customers is a thrill and something we’ve always wanted to do,” added James Mischka.

The Badgley Mischka Home collection is produced in partnership with Los Angeles-based PTM Images to hospitality-grade specifications using the finest materials available.  Linens and woven fabrics are primarily sourced in the US and additional raw materials are found abroad.  As part of the brand’s commitment to sustainable design and production, the design house has tasked suppliers to plant over 40 trees for every one cut for production use. Additionally, their production facility recycles all waste materials using a “closed loop” recycling process in which post-consumer waste is collected, recycled and used in the manufacturing of the collection.


About Badgley Mischka

Over the past twenty-seven years, Badgley Mischka has flourished into a true lifestyle brand recognizable worldwide. To date, the Badgley Mischka brand includes multiple product categories such as Eveningwear, Day Dresses, Sportswear, Outerwear, Bridal, Swimwear, Footwear, Handbags, Eyewear, Timepieces and Jewelry. Mark Badgley and James Mischka’s timeless designs appeal to a range of fashionable women, including Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Sharon Stone, Jennifer Garner, Julia Roberts, Kate Winslet, Helen Mirren, Taylor Swift, Sarah Jessica Parker and Carrie Underwood. Badgley Mischka is sold in the most prestigious stores in the world including Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Harrods and Harvey Nichols in addition to the Badgley Mischka flagship boutique on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.


About PTM Images

PTM Images is North America’s leading manufacturer of ready-to-hang wall décor, home accessories and furniture. Established in 1995, PTM has grown to become the industry leader in home décor. PTM is committed to creating the highest quality products through innovative production processes.


LA PERLA is pleased to introduce the Corset Jacket, a key suiting concept from the new ready-to-wear collection designed by Julia Haart, Creative Director of LA PERLA. The Corset Jacket makes its worldwide debut in a striking photo of Kendall Jenner. The LA PERLA Corset Jacket represents Julia Haart’s vision to fuse LA PERLA’s unparalleled knowledge of the female form with a unprecedented devotion to how women want to feel: sensual, beautiful and comfortable — an offering only LA PERLA can provide. From boardroom to evening, the Corset Jacket translates seamlessly into every area of a woman’s life. The single layer of structured bi-stretch wool against the skin gently enhances the female form, while never sacrificing total comfort.

The LA PERLA Corset Jacket embodies the feeling and support of lingerie with internal cups, elegant hook fastenings and finely tailored darts. The bi-stretch wool Corset Jacket is sized according to bust for the perfect fit and can be worn as a single layer thanks to the built-in wireless bra. This refined piece, available in store today, offers the luxurious feeling of a single layer of fabric against the skin.

The campaign, photographed by Steven Klein, marks the heritage brand’s transition into a full ready-to-wear offering under the creative direction of Julia Haart, who took reins of the Italian house in August 2016.

The campaign photograph features Jenner streaked in light, emphasizing the curve and precise cut of the Corset Jacket. Behind her, we see an x-rayed image, kindly lent by the Victoria & Albert Museum, featuring a corset and its wearer, outlining the distorted effect corsetry had on a woman’s bones. The image is ingeniously juxtaposed by the comfort and structural support of Haart’s revolutionary creation. The days of women suffering for beauty is a thing of the past.

Jenner’s campaign image debuts only a few weeks following a recent sighting of Gwyneth Paltrow wearing the same Corset Jacket with coordinating suiting pant by LA PERLA, at Paltrow’s holiday opening of goop GIFT.

Gwyneth Paltrow, wearing La Perla

The LA PERLA Corset Jacket retails for $1,870.00, now available in store and on

Founded in 1954 by the talented corsetry maker Ada Masotti, La Perla is the leading Italian lingerie and beachwear maison. Artisanal heritage, knowledge of the female body, blend of innovation and tradition and Italian identity are the founding values of the La Perla universe. In the second half of 2013, the company was acquired by Pacific Global Management, owned by Silvio Scaglia’s family holding and already active in the fashion industry through the world largest model management network, operating under the brands Elite, Women and The Society. La Perla sells its creations through a network of flagship stores, shop-in-shops and corners located in the heart of the most important fashion districts, as well as being present in the best department stores and specialized boutiques worldwide. The company, led by Creative Director Julia Haart, offers collections of ready-to-wear, lingerie, sleepwear, beachwear, loungewear and accessories for women and men who aim at expressing their style with ease and sophistication. ||


Shattered glass, bra bursting in flame, an antiquated constrictive corset.  These symbolic images have been chosen by American photographer Steven Klein to underline the key concept of the new La Perla SS17 campaign: the liberation of every woman from the need to suffer for beauty. This style revolution, which starts from the body and follows every movement with luxurious stretch materials and expertly crafted forms, is born from the brand’s deep understanding of how to enhance and celebrate the female form.

La Perla’s lingerie, ready-to-wear and beachwear collections for Spring/Summer 2017 are brought to life through Steven Klein’s lens, with an explosive visual message which underlines the personalities of the three top models who are the faces of the new collection.

Kendall Jenner is the new star of this campaign and was personally selected by La Perla’s creative director, Julia Haart to interpret the highly innovative path that the brand has set out on. Kendall’s contemporary charisma adds an unmistakable touch to every garment, simultaneously highlighting the modernity and the relaxed, self-assured elegance of each piece she wears.

Isabeli Fontana is a face of the La Perla brand for the second time, her Latin allure bringing to life the garments which were created to celebrate curves as a symbol of female identity.

Liu Wen, the first Chinese model to reach the top of the international rankings, renews her role as ambassador of the La Perla style in the Far East and reveals her more intense and sensual side.

The campaign shot by Steven Klein is broken down into a series of images full of intense colors that focus on the luxury of the silks and the exclusive fabrics which represent the soul not only of the lingerie garments but also of the new ready-to-wear collection which has marked Julia Haart’s arrival as creative director.

The shoot was held in New York under the artistic direction of Fabien Baron.


Short jacket in bi-stretch silk with floral-print profiles coordinated with the bi-stretch silk printed skinny pants. Python-leather Ada Bag with reflective metallic effect.


The “Autografo” embroidered bodysuit creates the illusion of a set thanks to invisible tulle inserts.


The topography of a fjord forms the eye-catching print for the bi-stretch silk dress with shirt collar, side split and hand-embroidered sequin detailing.


Macramè has a star role on the silk dress into which lingerie style codes have been flawlessly translated.


The “Autografo” motifs are embroidered over stretch silk for the long dress with black inserts that emphasize the décolleté.


Intriguing designs are embroidered on the nude tulle of the seductive “Autografo” baby doll.


A vertiginous neckline characterizes the wired triangle bra in stretch sheer tulle embroidered with “Autografo” motifs and paired with a thong.


Julia Haart, Creative Director of La Perla

Founded in 1954 by the talented corsetry maker Ada Masotti, La Perla is the leading Italian lingerie and beachwear maison. Artisanal heritage, knowledge of the female body, blend of innovation and tradition and Italian identity are the founding values of the La Perla universe. In the second half of 2013, the company was acquired by Pacific Global Management, owned by Silvio Scaglia’s family holding and already active in the fashion industry through the world largest model management network, operating under the brands Elite, Women and The Society. La Perla sells its creations through a network of flagship stores, shop-in-shops and corners located in the heart of the most important fashion districts, as well as being present in the best department stores and specialized boutiques worldwide. The company offers collections of lingerie, sleepwear, beachwear, loungewear and accessories for women and men who aim at expressing their style with ease and sophistication.




La Perla SS17 Presentation that took place Friday, September 23, 2016, at Palazzo Clerici, in Milano MI, Italy.




Julia Haart, La Perla’s new creative director, interpreted the concept of liberation in every aspect of her first season. The designer approached the collections with a deep connection to the brand’s founder, Ada Masotti, a corsetière who opened her own lingerie laboratory in Bologna in 1954. Ada Masotti designed lingerie with attention to how women wanted to feel: sensual, beautiful, and comfortable with themselves. As a female Creative Director, Julia Haart shares these values. Among her fixed principles is the desire to liberate women from sacrificing for beauty: curves are intrinsic to feminine identity, and clothes must begin with an understanding of women’s bodies. In the women’s ready­-to­-wear collection, the designer created clothes with lingerie-­expertise inspired by the brand’s close­-cut know how. Clothes embrace the body like perfectly fitted lingerie, with fabrics that feel as good on the inside as they look outside. The pieces can be worn by all women on all occasions.

Julia Haart envisioned a journey of liberation through flowering blossoms, geographic maps and colorful, shimmering silk forms as the visual thread that runs through the ready­-to-­wear collection. The beautiful designs rendered in soft bi­-stretch fabric move as the wearer moves, revealing an expert understanding of the female form, the real DNA code of La Perla.

Prints in the collection are eye­catching: the topography of a fjord is transformed into micro and macro motifs, blooming roses reveal entrancing maps nestled amongst their petals in a classic stripe, and dazzling colors illuminate cascades of floral bouquets. The prints adorn close­fitted jackets, and high­waisted tailored shorts paired with bralettes and vests that take cues from bustiers, but enhance curves without any traditional wiring. Three show­stopping long dresses anchor the collection’s red carpet appeal: a shirt collar is the perfect counterpoint to a high slit, the fjord print is dotted with hand sewn sequins, a calligraphy­esque “Autografo” motif embroidered over stretch silk with black inserts emphasizes the décolleté, and silk georgette embellished with soutache inserts plays with sheer detailing at the sides and neckline. These looks are dazzling and refined, but move with stretch to adapt to the female form on the body.

Special attention has been dedicated to Essentials that truly meet the core needs of women’s wardrobes. A bi­stretch, cool wool Corset Jacket is the undisputed protagonist of the collection, embodying the feeling and support of lingerie with internal cups and finely tailored darts, sized according to bust for the perfect fit inside and out. It fastens with a row of hooks and can be worn without additional undergarments: they are built in. It can also be worn as suiting in its dress version, or paired with new soft wool leggings.

Iterations of the standout jacket are also shown with high­waisted slim cut pants and loose, flowing silk pants. The very same tailoring strategy is at the core of shirts shaped to the body and T­shirts designed and cut for the feminine form, made from silk, cotton and stretch.

Embroidered tulle, Leavers lace and macramé are La Perla heritage fabrics and form the starting point for a collection that has been updated with modern silhouettes like the boy-shorts. In particular, Julia Haart focused on variations of the bra, such as the non­-wired push­up bra or the triangle bra with a plunging V neck, which offer unprecedented possibilities for wear and an entirely new feeling of freedom. Alluring macramé reveals its talent for flirting with sheerness in the babydoll, alternating with nude tulle and silk georgette inserts. This fabric becomes the star of not only bras, bodysuits and briefs, but also of a silk dress into which lingerie style codes have been flawlessly translated.

The “Autografo” embroidery is reminiscent of calligraphy that has been sketched over the body, created by an impalpable nude stretch mesh, embroidered with seductive motifs. Here, the bodysuit takes center stage, creating the illusion of being a set thanks to the invisible tulle inserts.

There is no short supply of versatile pieces that elegantly toe the boundary between lingerie and clothing: graphic tops, bodysuits in soft, stretch­silk yarn wrap around the body like a caress.

COLORS: black, silky white, nude, sky blue and red.

Cascades of pearls outline the curves of the body, transforming one­pieces and bikinis into garments begging to be worn both on and off the beach. The color block trend has been freshly interpreted in geometrically­-shaped pieces inspired by the allure of the unforgettable bikini worn by Ursula Andress in her turn as a Bond girl in the 1960s. Vivacious energy exudes from these pieces, adorned with stylized starfish, brushed stripes, city maps and colorful plastic panels.

A sensual back is emphasized with cut­out accents, while plunging necklines and boy-shorts reveal a new side to swimwear’s personality. Bikinis and one­pieces are offered alongside a versatile RESORTWEAR collection conceived to be the 24/7 vacation wardrobe. Fluid bi­stretch, crêpe and georgette silks, soft viscose and fresh cotton emphasize the effortless femininity of each and every piece.

An elegant cape with contrasting trim and a two­tone dress with paneling contributes to the casual glamour of the collection’s rompers and shorts, all of which can be worn at the beach, on a yacht or at a pool party. Special attention has been paid to warm­weather jumpsuits, which flow over the body, making them the perfect alternative to an evening dress. Cotton stretch seersucker cover­ups with multi­colored mosaic print that echoes the color palette of the bathing suits are designed with white bands that emphasize shape, and curve around the body. The same mosaic design found in the print transforms into a seductive spider web in the collection’s block­color knitwear.

COLORS: cobalt, lagoon blue, red, fuchsia, purple, nude, white and black.

D’Orsey sandals are coated in sparkling sequins and also feature shimmering reflective accents on the shiny upper. Leather platform sandals with criss­cross straps boast sleek, ultra­-feminine lines. Pumps and booties feature a surprising accent: lacquer heels with streaks of color. Perforated leather mules adorned with floral motifs – inspired by the precious decoration of the signature Petit Macramé collection – represent the extension of lingerie style codes to the realm of accessories. Flat leather sandals with a chain accent and a hand enameled suspender­ hook complete the collection.

Signature details and a sleek design mark the distinctive look of the new python leather Hook Bag with hand enameled metal suspender hooks. The slight curvature of the front stitching meets the iconic hooks, reproducing the sensuality of suspenders. The rubber­effect matte black and glossy electric-blue are each versatile. The glazed horn charms bearing the letters “LP” feature as an exclusive detail on all the bags.

This precious detail also characterizes the Ada Bag, an homage to Ada Masotti. Its ageless modernity was inspired by the vision of the brand’s founder. This on-the-go model comes in different versions of python or in black calfskin. The leather clutches are veritable mini universes that will hold everything you could need for a special evening. The handcrafted bead­and­sequin detailing creates reflections and harkens to the floral feel of the ready ­to­ wear collection.

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Brooks Brothers Harbor East – Opens in Baltimore


Brooks Brothers, the original authority on American style, announces the opening of its Harbor East store at 809 Aliceanna Street in Baltimore on Monday, March 8 at 10am.

Founded in 1818, Brooks Brothers is America’s longest established apparel brand and offers stylish modern clothing and fresh takes on heritage design for men, women and children.

In addition to its selection of formal and ready-to-wear clothing, the 5,400 square-foot store will feature the debut collection of Brooks Brothers women’s wear line by noted designer Zac Posen, who was appointed as the brand’s creative director for the women’s collection in 2014.

The store will also feature Brooks Brothers signature Made-to-Measure program, where patrons have the opportunity to design a one-of-kind garment from the store’s selection of top quality fabrics. From suits and trousers to sport coats and dress shirts, each garment is Made in America at Brooks Brothers own factories and hand tailored to fit the wearer perfectly. This high level of personalized service has been an integral part of Brooks Brothers’ storied history.

Brooks Brothers Harbor East

The spring/summer collection for men includes a wide variety of sportswear including a group of nautical themed items such as chunky knit Supima cotton sweaters as well as a pant and short featuring an original print of sailing images from the company’s archives.

The new location will also offer the newly launched Red Fleece collection for both men and women, which is a youthful expression of the iconic brand.

Brooks Brothers Harbor East will be open Monday – Thursday from 10am-7pm, Friday and Saturday from 10am-8pm and Sunday from 12-6pm. For more information, please contact Tace Joelle Loeb,

Since its inception, Brooks Brothers has become an institution that has shaped the American style of dress through fashion innovation, fine quality, personal service and exceptional value in its products. Brooks Brothers began selling women’s apparel as early as 1874 when an advertisement for the company promoted capes and accessories available in a special department within the store – then located at Broadway and Bond Street. Nearly two centuries later, Brooks Brothers is proud to uphold the same traditions and values and to be the destination for ladies and gentlemen from every
generation. Since its founding 197 years ago in New York, Brooks Brothers has become a legendary retailer with over 300 stores worldwide while maintaining a steadfast commitment to exceptional service, quality, style and value.


Macy’s Nineteenth Amendment event – Digital Trunk Show


In celebration of New York Fashion Week, Macy’s Herald Square will be hosting an interactive fashion event in partnership with online fashion marketplace, Nineteenth Amendment. A first for the legendary retailer, this two day event will bring independent designers straight to the floor of the landmark flagship store for an on-demand, digital trunk show shopping experience. This unique collaboration will also provide these independent designers with the extraordinary opportunity to showcase their designs to a locally and globally diverse customer base in an exciting, retail environment. Macy’s Nineteenth Amendment event will take place on Friday, February 12 from 6pm to 9pm and all day on Saturday, February 13 in the Impulse Department located the 4th floor of Macy’s Herald Square.


The excitement of New York Fashion Week will present itself right in the heart of New York City’s Fashion District during Macy’s x Nineteenth Amendment event. At this digital trunk show, customers will have the unique opportunity to view and try on the Fashion Week collections of four Nineteenth Amendment designers onsite and pre-order the items online on dedicated devices. The designs, all of which are made on-demand in the USA – many in New York’s Garment District – will be shipped directly to the customer’s doorstep in four weeks. These exclusive collections will only be available for 19 days at pre-sale prices following the event and this will be the only opportunity for shoppers to try before they buy.

“Macy’s in-store event with Nineteenth Amendment will provide shoppers with a unique hands-on Fashion Week experience that has been unheard of previously,” says Nicole Fischelis, Macy’s GVP/Fashion Director of Women’s Ready-to-Wear. “We love the idea of expanding our customers’ fashion horizons by presenting this virtual “front row” experience from some of the industry’s most exciting independent designers which, in turn, makes the celebration and appreciation of high fashion more accessible and inclusive.”

“We are thrilled to bring the runway directly to consumers with Macy’s and be on the forefront of bridging the gap between great NYFW design and shoppers. This first-of-its-kind immersive, omni-channel experience will allow shoppers to directly interact with designers, hear their stories, try on garments and own a piece of Fashion Week history, made for them in New York’s Garment District,” state Gemma Sole and Amanda Curtis, cofounders of Nineteenth Amendment.


Meet the Designers


Helen Castillo is passionate about couture design and brings her experience from evening wear, bridal, and – most recently – Project Runway to her ready-to-wear. Helen’s designs are known for flattering silhouettes and strong architectural elements such as her signature cap sleeves and daring capes. Helen interned for Vivienne Westwood in the summer of 2011 in London, United Kingdom in the Sample Room/Design Studio, Bridal/Couture Design Assistant, and contributed to technical design with the Gold Label Men’s Design team. Returning to the United States to finish her Bachelor’s Degree at The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), she obtained a Design Assistant/Sample Room Internship at Vera Wang (Bridal) House in Manhattan, NYC. Most recently, Helen has been a designer on Project Runway Season 12 on Lifetime and Project Runway All Stars Season 4 (on Lifetime). She has also worked as a designer for Zac Posen.

ANJE – New York, NY

Anjé by Angela Brasington is a lifestyle fashion brand for the sophisticated and fashion-savvy woman. Focused on high quality, American-made products that are part of your wardrobe staples, this former gymnast knows what it takes to move make the sale with previous experience in fashion licensing. Using only the most luxurious fabrics on the market, Angela designs specifically for comfort and style, making her brand the new workplace essentials. Designing in NYC, the brand goes even further to support the city they love by donating a portion of proceeds to local charities.

JOVAN – Philadelphia, PA

Jovan O’Connor is a Philadelphia native and Macy’s Incubator designer whose fashion influences come from daily observance of the vibrant scenes of Philadelphia’s diverse culture. Her namesake label is clothing designed for the young professional woman with a full social calendar. While still a senior in Fashion Design at Philadelphia University in 2006, the go-getter designer was commissioned to design a gown for Philly’s own Patti LaBelle which established her as an independent custom designer. Jovan continued to build her clientele throughout the Philadelphia area, freelancing as a stylist and designing custom gowns and ensembles for special occasions. In 2014, Jovan became a Designer-in-Residence at the Philadelphia Fashion Incubator and made her debut at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.

KREYOL – Boston, MA

At Kréyol, designer Joelle Jean-Fontaine and her team celebrate individuality through bold and enticing visual aesthetic tied to the cultural artistry of hand dyed fibers. Kréyol is inspired by humble beginnings and revolution through its rich re-imagining of bohemian silhouettes drawn from the designers experiences as a child in Haiti. Her skill and inspiration can be traced back generations to traditional fabrics and prints from Afro-Caribbean culture. Incorporating colours and textures that are bold and vibrant, the silhouettes are reminiscent of the classic and timeless sophistication of the Haitian woman in the 50’s and 60’s with a hint of modernism. Kréyol aims to impact the world one garment at a time, making it about more than just fashion but a movement to enlighten, educate and empower – most recently partnering with the Boston “Safer is Sexy” HIV/AIDS Awareness initiative as well Boston Mothers Care’s philanthropic efforts in Haiti. When you think of Kréyol, think of audacious individuals who fight, aspire to more, and aspire to move.

About Macy’s

Macy’s, the largest retail brand of Macy’s, Inc., delivers fashion and affordable luxury to customers at approximately 775 locations in 45 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and Guam, as well as to customers in the U.S. and more than 100 international destinations through its leading online store at Via its stores, e-commerce site, mobile and social platforms, Macy’s offers distinctive assortments including the most desired family of exclusive and fashion brands for him, her and home. Macy’s is known for such epic events as Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks® and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade®, as well as spectacular fashion shows, culinary events, flower shows and celebrity appearances. In fall 2015, Macy’s launched Macy’s Backstage, its newest retail brand for discount shopping with six stores in the New York metro area.

About Nineteenth Amendment

Nineteenth Amendment curates unique collections from independent designers all over the world to bring you cutting-edge fashions at pre-sale prices you can’t find anywhere else, all made in the USA in four weeks. Inspired by the law that guarantees universal suffrage—we give everyone a voice in determining the future of fashion. Nineteenth Amendment gives independent designers a platform for high quality, small batch manufacturing and direct sales to an audience eager for cutting edge fashion before it goes mainstream. We give shoppers the power to discover the next big names in fashion and pre-order the look—before it gets to stores. Our customers don’t follow trends, they make them. Nineteenth Amendment has contracted over 400 designers from 29 countries and launched a first of its kind partnership with Macy’s Inc. in September 2015.

Fashion Awards MD: Ashley Pecolia Spring 2014 Collection and Nominee

Combining trends off the runway with modern modesty wear and accessories, Ashley P Designs offers a variety of styles and silhouettes that cover the body including arms, legs, and cleavage. Every piece from the collection encapsulates the latest styles in fashion in high-end materials and textiles all at an affordable price point. The label caters to every individual looking to be stylish in a modest manner.

Ashley P Designer

Founder, Ashley Pecolia, changed her lifestyle to modesty in November of 2010 so she wanted her line to reflect the exciting and unique features of her new lifestyle. Ashley P Designs’ spring ’14 Collection features a color palette that ranges from emerald to golden yellow, embellishments and detailed prints of the upcoming season.

The brand aims to create for the modern woman, who has to juggle many responsibilities yet do so with a fashion forward, feminine go-getter attitude.

Ashley Pecolia has shown at NY Fashion Week, has received awards including the 2013 Fashion Awards MD nomination in the Emerging Clothing Designer category.



Ashley P Collection


Who: Ashley P Designs
What: EMERGE Nominee awards presentation and fashion show
Why: Ashley P Designs has been nominated for EMERGE
When: March 16, 2014 at 4PM
Where: Lord Baltimore Hotel. At 20 W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD, 21201

To learn more about the Fashion Awards MD, please visit