2021 SHOWCASING DESIGNERS
Reginald LaVincient Wilson always dreamed of becoming a fashion designer.
Fashion Bomb Daily says, “Reginald Wilson is a new designer, but presented very promising, couture level pieces that could easily be found on international runways. Strong shoulders, alluring cut outs, and sophisticated flair portends a very bright future for the emerging brand.” Wilson’s clothing line, LaVincient, is known by its signature purple and silver logo.
After a string of rewarding careers as a registered nurse, Air Force Officer, and Attorney at Law. Rhonda is embarking on yet another one; Fashion Design.
A self-taught designer, Rhonda employs several mediums to create her works that include: knitting, sewing, and felting.
Varnessa began her career in Fashion in the year of 2016 after graduating from The Art Institute of Charlotte.
Varnessa's goal is to stand out and take over the fashion industry with her unique and creative designs and content from runway to ready to wear, to top magazine covers draping elite bodies.
Lordson Banini is a vision and
dream of a young lady,
Abigail Afi Seyram Lordson-Banini.
Her vision of Lordson Banini is a blend of luxury and culture in garments for special events. Her goal is not only to dress the modern woman but also to provide garments that will let the contemporary woman stand out with confidence, class, and sexiness.
Chinenyenwa Imo of Nee Mo Fashion is a Nigerian born fashion designer.
Her brand, Nee Mo Fashion, embraces her love for art, textures and color with deep root in her african esthetics.
Denise began knitting at 9 years old, taught by her sister, Vera Nichols. Progressing as a knitter she attended festivals, then had a few stores, Diamond Macrame Planters (Laguna Beach, CA) Resplendor Fashions (Peabody, MA), and Robinett Fashions at Rocky Neck Art Colony (Gloucester, MA). She also exhibited in the Havre de Grace Art Show and won awards.
Denise's travels and geographic residences influenced her love for yarns and embellishments from around the world.