New York as a symbol of metropolitan, Western society, and Africa’s Burkina Faso were the two vastly disparate worlds that Stella Jean tried to combine in her collection.
— June 23, 2015
Jean’s reputation is built on the colorful, loud and ethnically driven, this time blowing in from the Himalayas.
— February 25, 2015
Stella Jean employed a potpourri of Rajasthan-inspired colors and fabrics for fall.
— January 20, 2015
Jean made Haiti the main subject of her vivid multicultural eclectic aesthetic, defined by Fifties and Sixties shapes and mismatched prints.
— September 17, 2014
The designer is carving out a niche with her inclination toward diverse cultural influences and strong prints.
— February 24, 2014
Stripes, Vichy checks, African wax and hand-painted motifs clashed on the designer’s spring runway.
— September 21, 2013