Studio 15 has released its Fall 2015 collection, a versatile line suited for both formal and informal occasions.
Studio 15 came to creation after founder Jia Wertz volunteered in Uganda to help local women develop sustainable businesses. Upon Wertz’s return to the United States, she decided to continue her philanthropic pursuit in the form of Studio 15.
Through a partnership with the Kleos Microfinance Group, Studio 15 donates a portion of profits towards supporting women entrepreneurs in developing countries.
The brand’s philosophy is to provide reasonably priced pieces that are modern and fashion-forward, yet do not compromise quality or style.
Aside from the brand’s philanthropic pursuit, Studio 15 crafts timeless pieces that translate throughout the seasons. The Fall/Winter collection offers nothing else; the cohesive collection can be worn throughout the day, from casual errands to evening drinks. The line includes dresses, skirts and rompers.
Three pieces from the upcoming collection are customizable. Customers can select different colors and fabrics, and can be altered for length to assure the perfect fit. Custom designed pieces vary from $100 to $350.
The Two Piece Midi Skirt + Crop Top ($70) can be worn separately, maximizing the efficiency of your wardrobe, or together to create a cohesive ensemble.
For any autumn soiree, the Luminous Backless White Maxi Gown ($70) is a standout option; a bombshell, classy look.
The feminine lace in the Love Lace Two Piece Set ($50) reveals the mid drift but covers the skin in a subtle fashion, making this outfit a statement piece for a night out or romantic evening. The Love Lace is available in white and black.
Visit Studio 15’s website for more New Arrivals, and to support to Studio’s 15’s philanthropic cause.
– by Nisha Stickles