Cecilia Cholst is a native New Yorker with a keen eye for colors and fabrics. When she designs, she always has the customer in mind, and knows exactly how to match personality and taste level.
Ceci graduated from SUNY-The Fashion Institute of Technology in 2014. She has designed for Dressbarn, Maurice’s, TJ Maxx, and other missy stores. She is a creative assistant designer with experience in woven tops, dresses, jackets, and bottoms. Her skills include trend research, creating and updating sketches and CAD artwork, originating and updating line sheets, creating mood boards, approving and managing submits and lab dips, and communicating daily with buyers and factories.
In addition to her fashion design work, she has designed costumes for the action short film Rambler, the dramatic short Lilly in the Grinder, and superhero comedy The Adventures of Penny Patterson. She also served as wardrobe manager of the New York Theatre Ballet, where she worked under the Metropolitan Opera's Resident Costume Designer Sylvia Nolan, for two years.