Shauntele's designs are made from fabrics that hug and flow,
embracing the wearer in graceful, contemporary style. Combining the unique with the classic, Shauntele's
approach demonstrates a respect for the modern woman's duality.
Multidimensional femininity and function meet to create versatile
classics and novel elegance. She's been pegged "as a designer to
watch...with flattering lines and a unique color palette" by a
Bloomingdale's fashion director, while the collection has also been
deemed "newsworthy" by the likes of Jorge Ramon, former fashion editor
of Teen People.
Spring 2012 will be an optimistic celebration of color,
signifying a fresh start for the assertive 20-somethings coming into
their own. Dressed in Shauntele, life will never catch them without an
option, guaranteed to wow onlookers at every opportunity.
Shauntele is a New York native with the ability to fuse her worldly
experiences into refined creative expression. Even her younger days at
the exclusive boarding school, Choate Rosemary Hall, found her pushing
the fashion boundaries of prep to develop an ever-evolving, ever-eye
catching style all her own. All grown up Shauntele's contrasting
industry experiences, of having once overseen factories in India to
consulting designer brands on luxury European textiles, have created her
palpable desire to instead see New York once again become the center
for fashion innovation. Shauntele embodies the Made in Midtown movement
with a collection manufactured 100% in the heart of the Garment Center.