New York, NY, May 29, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Jadnia opened it's doors online (www.jadnia.com) with men's shirts and women's leggings and has an abundant backlog of original screen tees, dresses, vests and accessories that will debut at least monthly. The Skacy collection launched with four audacious print leggings for women and four enterprising shirts and vests for men.
All leggings are cut from exceptionally secure, breathable stretch fabric and waistband that is faced with it's own fabric to be flattering, comfortable and a signature trait of Jadnia’s leggings. The featherweight leggings hold like a great pair of skinny jeans and move like the best performance-enhanced activewear in the world. Men's cut and sewn shirts apply some of the same prints used for leggings and are constructed in NYC by James- with love.
Jadnia, LLC owns and operates the jadnia.com online fashion boutique that launched in April 2013. The strategic model of limited edition, small-batch creations enables head designer and CEO, James Deanes, to personally cut and sew the highest quality garments for customers. The exclusivity of each garment is derived from Deanes’ own passion as an avid collector of limited edition shirts, music, books and sneakers.
Jadnia, LLC’s mission to expose others to the complex flavors of life began on Day One with the application of the 312 Love initiative. 3.12% of each sale will be given directly to charitable organizations that support education, sports and creative endeavors for youths in urban communities.
The company operates out of lower Manhattan, with the support and guidance of KmP Consulting, LLC, who, together with Mr. Deanes, manages the company's business operations.
For inquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212.979.2013.
James Deanes is an accomplished costume and technical designer with an MFA in costume design and years of experience in the theater, fashion, film and education markets.
Pursuing a passion for the creative while balancing analytical and design thinking has earned James recurring roles with world-famous shows including The Radio City Christmas Spectacular and Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, where he has worked on shows such as Marc Jacobs, Anna Sui, Calvin Klein, Diane Von Furstenberg, Y-3, Sean John, BCBG MaxAzria, Zac Posen and Alexander Wang.
As a member of the Theatrical Wardrobe Union Local 764, I.A.T.S.E. James has worked on regional Broadway and off-Broadway productions that include but are not limited to Hamlet, The Lion King, Dracula and Saturday Night Fever. Some of his favorite studios to work at include the Metropolitan Opera, Julliard at Lincoln Center, The National Dance Institute and The HERE Theater.
James served as a costumer in feature films and television series such as Che, Broken English, Law & Order SVU and One Life to Live.
Deanes became a professional in theater and fashion at the same time- working in the costume shop and backstage at The Public Theater on Hamlet, while also serving as an editorial fashion assistant at Marie Claire magazine. His love of the theater began at age eight when he first saw the performance of Cats.
James received his MFA in Costume Design and his BA in Apparel Design from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. He finds time to work with children for the NYC Department of Education as a per-diem teacher, focusing on special education. Deanes was born and raised on the west side of Chicago where his giving-back mission, “312 Love,” derived its namesake.