The Future of Fashion

When I was about 9 years old, I would cut out outfits from catalogues such as Sears, Spiegel, etc. and magazines such as 17, Vogue and even Life. I would try to sketch the styles that the women wore, create colorful collages for my wall, and make similar outfits based on the limited wardrobe that hung in my closet.

Every once in awhile I’ll meet a young lady who shares that same passion for the field that has kept me interested for many years.
Kenzie Biele and Charlotte Fassett are two of those fashionable icons for the younger set. Not only uninhibited in outfitting fabulous creations, but also confidently wearing what they’ve chosen or even MADE by hand with enthusiasm and style.

Remember these two names….one just might be on your blazer label in the years to come!

1978 Seventeen Magazine

Kenzie Biele in self-made skirt, jacket from H&M, shoes from Saks

Kenzie Biele

Charlotte Fassett in Zara dress, Old Navy cardigan reflecting in Cotton On's mirror