Jen Azoulay lights up Los Angeles with her upcycled vintage
The Parisian designer and fashion influencer Jen Azoulay, head of the blog 'Jen Wonders', has made upcycled vintage from the great designer brands her specialty. Via Jen Wonders Studio, her creative studio, she unveiled on Wednesday her new 'Celestial' collection.
A capsule collection composed of seven pieces including six upcycled blazers from the houses of Oscar de la Renta, from collections ranging from the 90s to 2000, and embroidered with vintage gold buttons, rhinestone rope trim, rhinestone stars and crescent moon appliques, gold and silver sequin cape.
An art of decoration and ornament that the designer also applies on a pleated silk twill cocktail dress featured with an embroidered black rhinestone leaves scarf and long sleeves with button cuffs.
The designs range in price from $1,250 to $2,200, and are in addition to other pieces featured on her e-shop, including vintage trenches, fur coats and blazers.
Born in Paris, Jen Azoulay started her career at Elle Magazine in Paris, moved to Los Angeles and worked as a stylist, designer and creative director.
After working for Christian Dior Couture in visual merchandising, first in Paris and then in Los Angeles as director of visual merchandising, west coast, she launched her blog Jen Wonders in 2016 while working as a creative director via Jen Wonders Studio for several ready-to-wear brands.
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