5 Christian Fashion Designers to Look Out For
Updated: Apr 18, 2018
"Fashion is in the sky, in the street; fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening."—Coco Chanel Legendary Fashion Designer
1. Stylist J. Bolin
“Style is very personal, it has nothing to do with fashion. Style is forever" - J. Bolin
J.Bolin is one of the industry’s most trusted and recognizable style experts and has a gift for making women seamlessly gorgeous. His passion for styling shows through the fact that he is able to create unique, individual looks crafted for each client while maintaining the J. Bolin signature.
For a full decade, Celebrity Stylist J. Bolin has been an industry respected professional and he has amassed a diverse client portfolio that includes individuals like Vivica A. Fox, Emmitt Smith, Boris Kodjoe, Morris Chestnut, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Nene Leakes, Yolanda Adams, Donnie McClurkin, Christina Milian, Mary Mary, Sarah Jakes, Niecy Nash, Michelle Williams and Keisha Knight Pulliam.
2. Alma Vidovic :
Alma Vidovic is a groundbreaking bridal designer who’s designs reflect a vision of ready to wear luxury tailored with artistic, innovative and couture quality. Inspired by moving to the land of opportunity, Alma followed her dream and attended the International Academy of Design and Technology in Tampa, FL. An internship with a bridal designer led Alma to her own budding career in the fashion industry. Vidovic has gained her fashion experience as a celebrity fashion stylist at HSN.
3. Evelyn Lambert:
“If you want to stand out you have to do something different, you have to put something personal out there." - Evelyn Lambert
Evelyn Lambart is a New York designer who wanted to offer women on the go a clothing line that would be the backbone of their closet all year round. Evelyn Lambert has been featured in Essence, Huffington Post, The View, Bravo, LiveTV, the Examiner, and ABC Family name just a few!
4. Julia Marie Chew:
Julia Marie Chew is an 18 year old vibrant young fashion designer specializing in couture feather garments inspired by nature and fairy-tales. She is the youngest of the featured designers at Christian Fashion Week and has achievements include showing collections at Oxford Fashion Week (UK), Christian Fashion Week (US), and Park Avenue Fashion Week (US).
Her Xiaolin feather gowns have been featured on the covers of multiple magazines and been highlighted in fashion editorials both in print and online at Buzzfeed, Rangefinder, and Vogue.
5. Carmelita Couture:
Carmelita Couture is a collection that takes inspiration from art, culture and nature to capture beauty and translate it into wearable fashion. Carmelita’s focus is on creating heirlooms and statement pieces that can be carried from season to season.