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Megan Mussari

Megan Mussari

Product/Textiles Designer

APPRVL

A designer and explorer, working to preserve, repurpose and recycle dead stock and vintage textiles. Giving life back to your unwanted goods by over-dying and updating them into modern and exciting pieces.

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Apprvl

Founder & Designer

Apprvl is based on preservation, repurposing and recycling garments, which I spearhead through sourcing, dyeing and mending, and saving deadstock or vintage fabrics. I repurpose my findings into exciting and unique home products for the curious customer.

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Snapchat : meganmussari

I like to show my friends, family and followers the progress of what i've been working on through snap chat! It keeps things fun when I'm at the studio too late! Also cute videos of this little pup! Follow Me: Meganmussari

"The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain." -Dolly Parton

APPRVL x Guildery

We were approached by eco friendly digital printer Guildery to design a line of digital prints by manipulating my shibori dyed prints into repeats to be printed on fabrics, wall paper, wrapping paper ect. I am extremely impressed by their quality, and it's great for our customer who likes a little more consistency!

See our collaboration with Guildery!

Desert & Denim 2016 tradeshow

I am so excited to take on Desert & Denim 2016, which is a men's trade show in Joshua Tree, put on by Juniper Ridge. This opportunity is great to tap a new market for my brand! I am working on a bunch of accessories to compliment our collection and hosting a workshop at the show! Each participant is interviewed on their blog for a personal look into their brand.

Read my interview here!

SaraMax

Associate Designer

Designing intimate apparel for the mass market, can be an eye opening experience for creatives. Creating products for different demographics requires the skills to put yourself in someone else's shopping shoes, and try to understand their habits. Designing this way broadens research and product management skills, which are useful for my small business as well!

Oscar de la Renta Sleepwear

Assistant Designer

I was given a unique opportunity as an Assistant Designer to work directly with the team's design director in executing the line seasonally. This position was a stepping stone in my career making great connections with vendors and factories that I am still in touch with today. Along with the daily fashion design assistant role, I managed our interns and pattern makers.

Libretto Group LLC

Product Manager

In college I had a great employer who took a chance and hired me as a freelance product manager for his small fine stationery business. With the small but mighty team, I helped grow our production values, while we reeled in great designers for licenses. We worked with the likes of Christian Lacroix, Orla Keily, The New York Times, Liberty of London, Christian Louboutin ect.

Fashion Institute of Technology

BFA, Fashion Design/ Intimate Apparel

I always have had a serious interest in the details, and where is it more necessary than your second skin, your underwear! I currently work in the intimate apparel industry in conjunction to designing my own line of home products. The education I received was based on a high and expensive level of taste, while understanding cost and consumer habits.