A few months ago I did a post about Amanda Curtis, and her fashion startup, 19th Amendment, which gives fledgling designers to showcase and sell their work online.
On Friday, one of 19th Amendment’s early designers, Emily Sawich, will host a runway show in Cambridge to debut her latest collection. Sawich, who was presented with the “Best Designer” award at Emerson College’s student fashion show a few years back, has a pretty cool mission for her line. “One of the biggest frustrations I have with the fashion industry is its uniformity,” she recently said in an interview. “I’ve noticed that middle income consumers have very limited options for acquiring custom and unique designs. I believe that everyone deserves to wear garments that complement their inner self while still being versatile and on trend. I strive to bring fashion conscious consumers garments that highlight their individuality with a focus on customization and quality!”
Want to check it out? The show goes down at Blanc Gallery from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. on Friday, and will be set to the tunes of Moduloktopus, whose electronic dance music has a growing following around town.
All of the designs will be available for sale through 19th Amendment following the show.
RSVP and find out more info here.