Season 15 of STYLEWEEK Northeast will be taking place on September 19 – September 22 at the RI Convention Center. Designers will be showcasing Spring/Summer collections.

Designers who participate in STYLEWEEK Northeast will receive a top-notch, professional experience. We at SWNE understand that the designers who show at our fashion week, are our clients and they are treated as so. Participating designers will receive: photography from their show; styling team; dressing team; sound; video and marketing and public relations from the SWNE organization. If you are interested in adopting one of our designers email


Bridgett Artise

Bridgett Artise is a pioneering force behind Born Again Vintage, selling her sustainable fashion from Soho to Tokyo. Bridgett Artise has appeared on TV shows like Great Day Houston, Mirror Mirror and has over 20 how to videos on B. Artise teaches two self created vintage classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and her book “Born Again Vintage: 25 Ways to Deconstruct, Reinvent and Recycle Your Wardrobe” (Crown Publishing) has been reviewed in over 50 different publications such as Nylon and Teen Vogue. The New York Times brands her as a “Vintage Expert”. She is releasing her second book 27 Dresses, September 2017 to further spread sustainable awareness. Go to for more info.

Simone Simon

Cecile Thieulin is an architect and the founder and Ceo of Simone Simon. Simone Simon is an innovative Paris & Boston based fashion brand.

She uses technologies (3D-CAD, VR,+ military engineer techniques)  to create unique, comfortable and ethical building blocks for the dynamic woman’s wardrobe.Because she wants fashion to adapt to women and not women to adapt to fashion.

She was an entrepreneur in Residence’17 in the Babson WINLab. She also teaches at the Boston Architectural College, her passion for creation, materiality, art, light, space, and proportions.She cares for the sustainability of the materials and the means of production. Being an ethical fashion brand is a fight for a better fashion.

She is a true Parisienne but loves and lives the American life. 



Providence based designer, Kent Stetson, began making handbags in 2003 out of frustration over being unable to sell his artwork after graduating from Brown University. This led to Stetson cutting up his canvas’ and sewing them into bags- which sold immediately. After 15 years of success, the Kent Stetson brand is still going strong and his eccentric clutches can be seen in the hands of celebrities such as Martha Stewart, Billie Lee, Gabrielle Ruiz, and Angelica Cross.

Stetson’s designs are a great way to spark a fun conversation.  Whether one of the signature clutch pieces (each comes with a handy crossbody strap), or the larger day bags, Stetsons intention is to make something that breaks the ice and turns everyday adventures into an opportunity to make new friends.


clothes•horse (ˈkloʊzˌhɔrs, ˈkloʊðz-) n. 1. a person whose chief interest and pleasure is dressing fashionably.

With a concentration on ethical and environmentally conscious construction, Clothes Horse Clothing produces every item by hand to order in our Rhode Island studio. Using vegan suede, pleather and silk in this A/W collection, Clothes Horse aims to change the perception of these materials by creating super luxe pieces using these cruelty free, man made materials. Clothes Horse is for the girl on the go. Our muse has a day job and a day dream. She’s quirky, adventurous, intelligent, independent, creative and driven. She has a natural sense for style and impeccable taste.


Zoe Ilana Grinfeld is a Junior at the Rhode Island School of Design studying Apparel Design. From a young age, Zoe was drawn to fashion. Stuck with no sewing machine, she turned to hot glue and a needle and thread to construct wearable garments out of whatever she could find; fabric or objects. Zoe began planning the first of several charity fashion shows at the age of 11, showcasing garments made from unconventional materials like gum wrappers, doll heads, and red plastic cups.


Zoe spent high school studying costume design and theater production at the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts. At 15, Zoe competed on and won Lifetime’s teen design competition, Project Runway: Threads. Since then, Zoe has shown several collections in New York City, Hartford, and Providence.  Her designs have been featured in publications such as Seventeen Magazine and Hartford Magazine.


Zoe aims to fight back against the monotony of ready to wear, pushing the boundaries of what we see as “wearable”. Zoe strives to contribute loud and lively clothing into everyone’s day-to-day wardrobe. Zoe provides youthful and vibrant clothes to people from all backgrounds that share a love for play.


Amy Lane graduated with departmental honors from Massachusetts College of Art and Design earning herself a BFA Degree in Fashion Design. Lane is currently tending to the growth of AMLN in hopes that it will gain traction and become a full time job indefinitely. Her brand [AMLN] caters to the free spirited with one of a kind handmade sustainable garments and vintage accessories. Lane works hard to create clothing sustainably repurposing fabrics and reworking garments. Using materials already in existence to create modern and trendy boho clothing is our number one initiative. We offer a variety of services here at AMLN catering to our clients every need including Custom [client-based] commissions and made-to-order styles sold through


Christian Miller

Christian John Miller was born and raised in Long Island, NY. He has attended Eastern Suffolk BOCES during his high school career, where he developed his skill in pattern making and sewing, and participated in his first fashion show at 16 years old. He also attended the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in NYC, where he advanced his skill over the summer for their pre-college courses. He then went to Five Towns College in Dix Hills, NY and received an Associate of Arts degree in Liberal Arts.

    Just two years ago, he moved across the country to Los Angeles, California to attend the prestigious Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising to pursue his dreams of being a fashion designer. After graduating in 2016 with a Professional Designation Associates of Arts Degree in Fashion Design, he was one of 10 students to be selected to participate in FIDM’s Advanced Fashion Design program. Students graduating from this program are required to create a collection for FIDM’s DEBUT fashion show. Christian was one of three students to receive a full scholarship for this program, and created an 11-look menswear collection communicating his grunge aesthetic and take on androgyny by taking masculine silhouettes and using feminine fabrications. He graduated from the program with an Advanced Associates of Arts Degree in Fashion Design. Christian is now back in New York, solely focusing on his own brand, “Christian John” and artistic vision.

Jonee Anderson

Jonee Anderson is a self taught fashion designer who has been creating from a young age. She grew up in Boston, what she started designing with her first Barbie sewing machine at the age of 7 and watching Project Runway from season 1.
Jonee has always lived all aspects of fashion; buying, styling, photo shoots and illustration. She was conflicted in where she wanted to be in the fashion industry but from interning for Karmaloop in Boston, she decided to go with her long time love of creating fashion.
Jonee decided to attend her first fashion show in April 2018 and has been in love with the experience since.
She aspires to create for every woman and event that she may attend with printed fabrics and spontaneous ideas through Jonee Anderson Designs.