The international fashion designer and owner of the Jevon Terance Fashion Line is a lifelong resident of Lorraine.
Founding the eponymous Jevon Terrence fashion line in 2007, the Jevon Terrence fashion line has quickly grown from a passionate hobby to a renowned brand.
In addition to showing his designs at Paris Fashion Week 2015, Terance participated in seven fashion shows during four seasons of New York Fashion Week.
For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic, Terrence returns to New York City to exhibit his collection.
The collection will be presented in the Confessional Showroom and at the SFW Fashion Show.
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He said he is very excited to be back in New York.
“We had to curate two different looks,” says Terance. “Showrooms are more glamorous and glamorous, but streetwear mixes with the medium of sneakers and loose pieces without downplaying the collection.”
Terance says the collection is very special as it celebrates the brand’s 15th anniversary.
The 15-year collection is based on the X15 hypersonic aircraft, the first experimental aircraft to reach the edge of space.
“As we enter 15 years, we want to take the brand to new heights, and that’s what the X-plane, the X15, has achieved,” said Terance. By offering color palettes and mixing textiles, it does just that, driving the future of Jevon Terrance.
“We are delighted to celebrate our 15th anniversary with collaborators across the country and in New York.”
Terance said his company is stepping up collaborations with smaller manufacturers as the brand expands.
“It can feel strange to design something and not be the one to make it,” he said. “But to receive the product is amazing and it hits the mark.
“As we grow, trust is important because I can’t just sit there and sew everything. It fits well.”
Terance said he enjoys traveling, but his heart is at home.
“Family comes first. It’s a big part of being here,” he said. “I love my community, joining and mentoring local organizations. Social media plays a big role in not having to travel.”
He and his business and backers hope to host a locally-based fashion show in the near future.
“I like to bring the energy of New York Fashion Week back here to a private place. Ideally, I want to do it before it gets cold.”
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