Shanda Freeman, wife of Fatman Scoop and of costar of MTV’s “Man and Wife”, is launching her contemporary apparel collection for women at Maryland Fashion Week, August 12, 2012.
I am always encouraged when more plus size fashion designers come on the scene. Considering the clothes are supposed to be based on Shanda’s personal sense of style I expect them to be trendy and fantastic looking.
Shanda Freeman will debut her first Fall/Winter 2012 collection at Maryland Fashion Week. The six-piece, contemporary women’s apparel collection, aptly called “Gemini“, is set to debut on August 12, 2012. The “Gemini” collection offers femininity, elegance and versatility. For fashion lovers that cannot wait, pre-orders will be available for purchase at www.Curvysta.com on Monday, 8/13/2012.
The new collection, illustrates Shanda’s own signature style and are from her personal, custom pieces, created to fit her own curves. The “Gemini” dress is a reversible wrap dress that offers two looks in one. It is perfect for every woman, from the cost-conscious consumer to the avid traveler.
Sizes run from small to 3X, with extended sizes available upon request. This collection was created entirely in the United States, with all of the production based in the New York City garment district. The garments are made of breathable, quality fabrics and the colors were chosen with the confident, curvaceous woman in mind.
The “Gemini” collection will be showcased at Maryland Fashion Week on, Sunday, August 12, 2012 at the International Showcase, followed by a Meet and Greet with Shanda Freeman. For more information on attending the showcase please visit www. MarylandFashionWeek.com.
About the designer:
Shanda Freeman is the wife of Grammy award winning artist, Fatman Scoop and costar of MTV’s “Man and Wife”. Her Shanda Says Vlog and advice column illuminate her ability to be compassionate, instruct and inspire her audiences. Her mission statement is to be a positive resource for individuals to discover and develop their potential by transforming limited thinking and unproductive practices into confidence and action. Her clothing line is an extension of her need to inspire confidence in every woman.