Stella graduated from New York University in 2006 with a BFA in video art and illustration. Stella then joined the fashion world as a handbag designer and spent the next 4 years working and traveling around the world for product design and development, sourcing, and manufacturing. It was during these travels Stella had the fortuned to become personal friends with various manufacturers, suppliers, designers, and other entrepreneurs of independent fashion labels.
Upon her return in 2010, she dedicated herself fully to global fashion houses like Kate Spade, Coach, BCBG Max Azria, and Rag & Bone. In may 2015 she went solo and decided to offer fashion consulting services through her creative studio ModaRévisé® LLC to startup labels around the world.
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Founder & CEO James Cheng
Founder & CEO: Alex Ngan
Executive Sr. Manager: Joanne Chang
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1. Received personal letter of recognition from Anna Wintour for Black Iris Clutch design in 2012
2. Won first place small leather good design for Brand Magazine as "Gift with Purchase of the Month", Taiwan, 2008
Salmagundi Club, Accepted as A Junior Member, Oct 26 2016
Cadlum Artem Group Exhibition, Dacia Gallery, July 22 2016
Artistic Independence, Las Laguna Gallery, April 7 -30 2016
. It’s a Cutout World Series, EV8 Group Show, EMOA Space Gallery, NY March 2014
Soul Stealer, concept illustrator for award winning short film directed by Shawn Spitler, Canada International Film Festival, 2014.
3. Cheers, Jordan’s Winery 40th Anniversary 4 on 4 Art Competition, Second Place, 2012.
Restaurant and Hospitality English Manuel Vol. 1- 3, Illustrations, published by Dr. Pearl Lin of School of Hotel and Management, Taiwan, 2008 - 2009.
Fashion Illustrations for Venice Ltd., published on Brand Magazine, Taiwan, 2008.
Jump, Solo Video Installation, Rosenberg Gallery, NY 2006.
100 Wishes, Children’s Illustrated Story, published by cancer survivor Regan Liu, Taiwan, 2004.