Meet the Runway Fashion Designers for our 2020 event
A girl who is passionate about designing and creating and determined to make a name for herself. Analiese is a full time sewer at Detroit sewn (https://www.detroitsewn.com/) and enjoys being a part of the fashion and manufacturing world. She recently graduated from Central Michigan University with a degree in Fashion Design and Visual Merchandising. After graduation she started her own business, Revamped Threads (@revampedthreads) where she upcycles and repurposes clothes. She sells them on Instagram and does pop up shops locally. She also enjoys designing and sewing with unconventional materials. The collection Analiese is showcasing today is Elegance Redefined. A blend of raw denim and soft textiles designed to create a collection of unexpectedness that flows down the runway.”
Chloe was born in Roscommon, Michigan in 1999. Despite growing up in a small rural town in Northern Michigan, she’s always been drawn to fashion and has been fascinated with it for most of her life. Throughout her childhood she would create her own designs for various reasons, and this love led her to Central Michigan University.
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LaTerry Mohsin, founder of Sew Modest Studio, is a classically trained Fashion and Jewelry designer, having studied fashion design in London, England. She is also a poet, activist, wife and mother. During undergraduate studies she attained a degree in Business Management, Fashion Marketing & Merchandising with a minor in Public Speaking & Communications. She also has a Master’s Degree in Design and Technology. In 2018, After 13 years of corporate success working in Information Technology and Human resources, she ventured out into Entrepreneurship, as the owner and lead designer of Shop Sumayya.
LaTerry is a native Detroiter who draws design inspiration from her extensive travels to some of the most beautiful places in the world including Ethiopia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and various European countries.
As the founding director of Shop Sumayya – a modest American clothing brand, and Sew Modest – a Sewing and Crafting Studio, LaTerry seeks to inspire women to challenge the narrative of what it means to live modestly with confidence and boldness. To take up space and be the keepers of our own narratives. Simply put, covered doesn’t mean frumpy and we’ve got a lot to say!!
You can contact us at www.SewModestStudio.com and follow us on social media:
Nabeela Najjar graduated from the College for Creative Studies majoring in Fibers and Textiles located in Detroit, Michigan. She is a costume and fashion designer that is inspired by dreams with a heavy emphasis on nature. Through her work, she incorporates these themes and tries to convey a conceptual message based on moments that have affected her life. The outcome can be mystical, ethereal and sometimes belonging to another world.
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Junior studying Fashion Design at Central Michigan University - from Livonia, MI - brand name Katie Cruel - practices sustainable fashion design with unconventional materials and techniques
The Red Dress Project is an experiment in transforming unwanted red t-shirts into punk-inspired, high-end dresses for people of all genders and sizes. All textiles used in the collection are repurposed from either deadstock, vintage, second-hand, or leftover scrap fabric.
Event Sponsors for our 2020 event
Bronze Sponsors for our 2020 event
|Kelly and Kelly Law|
|Tom Holzer Ford|
Copper Sponsors for our 2020 event
|Ajeless Health and Medical Spa|
|Bill and Rod's Applicance|
|Curves - Plymouth, MI|
|East Brooke Dental|
|Sponsored by Chair of AAUWNN Membership Team|
|State Farm® - Veronica Murff|
In-Kind Sponsors for our 2020 event
|Corriveau Law Firm|
|The Patti Mullen Gropy with Remerica Hometown One|
|Schoolcraft - VisTaTech Center|