New Fashion Designer A-Line Fashion Designs by Alicia R. Campbell Will Make Its Debut At Our NYFW Fashion Experience Show in September!

Fashion designer, Alicia R. Campbell has always had the passion of designing clothing. In 1997, she received an Associate Degree in Fashion at The Art Institute of Philadelphia. However, fashion was put on hold to focus on being a teacher. But a few years later, her passion for fashion was sparked again when she watched one of her favorite fashionista’s YouTube channel. This is when the dream began to become reality. She started creating a series of African inspired skirts. Wearing her own pieces had everyone wanting to know how they can get their hands on her skirts. This helped Alicia create a small clientele and took her dream to the next level by making custom pieces for others.

In 2015, A-Line Fashion Designs was officially created. This clothing line caters to all women of different shapes and sizes. As a teacher, her ultimate goal is to combine her love for education and fashion to teach the next generation this craft of designing. On September 11th, A-Line Fashion Designs will debut with brand new pieces at our NYFW Fashion Experience at Roulette Theater.

Take a look at some of recent pieces below:

Follow A-Line Fashion Designs by Alicia R. Campbell on Facebook to see more of her designs: .


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