Nanette Lepore Designer Information

Bright, Bold, colourful, youthful gypsy inspired designs by Nanette Lepore

Nanette Lepore, a bold, bright, colourful designer

Nanette Lepore is an American fashion designer, who designs feminine and youthful with a gypsy influence.

Early Life

• Nanette Lepore was born in 1 January 1964 in Youngstown, Ohio in United States.
• Nanette attended Youngstown State University and obtained an undergraduate degree
• Nanette then later left Ohio and moved to New York pursue a career in fashion.
• She attended New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology and graduated with a degree in design.

Career

• Nanette Lepore opened her first Fashion boutique store in Los Angeles.
• In addition to this, she sold her outfits to clients in Europe and Asia.
• Nanette’s items were also featured in America’s famous chain store Neiman Marcus.
• When she started to do Fashion runway shows, she got many praise for her flair.
• The flair of these showcases had started to attract the attention of celebrities such as Eva Longoria, Keri Washington and America Ferrera etc.
• Nanette Lepore also launched her own fragrance named Nanette
• In 2007, Nanette launched a collection of shoes with Keds.

Trademark

• Nanette Lepore style trademark is her gypsy influence designs. Her designs are always feminine, full of bold bright colours, prints, with  ruffles and lace to give her designs that good-time-girly look.

Present day

• Today she focuses her time on building her brand and giving back to the community.
• Nanette has worked with the New York politicians to help save jobs in the New York Garment District through the Save the Garment campaign. She also participated in Levo League’s live business leader Q& A series to give  advice with the site’s young professionals.
• Nanette Lepore Fashion is sold across America, in stores like Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, and Macy’s.
• She also has her own stores in Chicago, Boston on Newbury Street, New York in Soho and in Madison Avenue in Los Angeles on Robertson Boulevard.

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