Creative Director / Stylist / Fashion Designer / Graphic Designer

The day after Megan graduated from high school, she got her start in fashion by accepting a Gold National Scholastic Art and Writing Award at Carnegie Hall. The bright yellow trench coat she designed was displayed in the World Financial Center in New York City and then traveled in an exhibit around the country for two years. She has studied fashion design, styling, and graphic design at Central Saint Martins, Parsons School of Design, London College of Fashion, The Art Institute of Chicago, Seattle Pacific University, and Dominican University. Megan holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Apparel Design with a minor in Graphic Design from Dominican University. After graduation, she moved to New York City and worked as a newborn baby girl’s clothing designer. After gaining valuable industry experience, Megan decided to pursue a career in fashion styling and creative direction. She runs an online magazine Lfty that aims to celebrate and showcase the natural beauty of people, cultures, places, and things that aren’t normally highlighted in a fashion context. In 2016, she volunteered in Lima, Peru as a production assistant for non-profit clothing company Krochet Kids for six months. Megan recently completed a Fashion Media Styling graduate diploma program at London College of Fashion. She has been freelancing as a wardrobe stylist for JohnsonRauhoff working with clients such as Ball Jar, Rubbermaid, Dymo, and Bubba. She is passionate about workers’ rights, sustainability, and women empowerment within the fashion industry.

 

From January-July 2016, Megan volunteered in Peru for the non-profit clothing company Krochet Kids. She is pictured wearing a hand-embroidered dress from the jungle in Peru. 

From January-July 2016, Megan volunteered in Peru for the non-profit clothing company Krochet Kids. She is pictured wearing a hand-embroidered dress from the jungle in Peru.