Cowl Neck Tank: Hand Dyed 100% Organic Cotton Jersey, Denim Skirt with Leather Waistband: 54% Hemp, 44% Organic Cotton, 2% Spandex: then overdyed black with scrap cow leather waistband : Photographer: Joe Malinao Photography
Designer 3: Jennifer Charkow
Emerging designer contestant in our 2012 Seamless in Seattle competition
Entry Category: Emerging Designer
Designer Name: Jennifer Charkow
Line: Stone Crow Designs
Branding Statement/ Bio Info:
Stone Crow Designs is an eco-friendly women's wear and accessory line that is fashion forward, classically modern with a touch of social responsibility.
Stone Crow Designs
At the age of 32 (when I started SCD), I felt a bit more seasoned after working in the fashion industry for a while; this helped me have more of a grasp on what I wanted to make available to my customers and the world. This lead me down the path of working with organic, sustainable, vintage, dead stock and upcycling products. As well as working with mostly American made products when possible. This has become as important to the line, as SCD wants show people that being socially responsible can be done in a very fashionable and forward way.
The Stone Crow Designs customer is a woman who enjoys life and enjoys making it apart of her wardrobe. She has a busy life that can include going to college, having a family, friends, and an awesome job that she adores. She also makes time for herself. She’s a lover of art in some or all forms (fashion, fine art, music, film, home design, photography) and a lover of nature (weather being a part of it or just an admire). The SCD woman has many facets to her and so should her clothes. We want our customers to feel beautiful and comfortably stylish in SCD wherever her day may take her.
SCD Price Points:
$15 (for a tees, totes or accessories) to $500 (dress or jacket with leather)
One of kind pieces could start at $40 to $1000 or more depending on the piece.
Desired Vendors: Local in Seattle would have to be NuBe Green, Show Pony and other small boutiques
Portland: Radish Underground
Online: My own Esty store