HouseofAntoinette1950 was established in 2010 in Philadelphia as an escape from generic everyday accessories. You can be a hot topic in HouseofAntoinette1950 statement accessories, with a variety of styles ranging from traditional minimalistic to bold statement pieces. HouseofAntoinette1950 carries jewelry, purses, millinery and more. These are limited edition accessories, so you can be the queen of the scene. HouseofAntoinette1950 has been sold in galleries, museum shops and selected retailers. The brand is known for the signature artisan chic aesthetic. Every piece is handcrafted with precision. HouseofAntoinette1950 combines exotic materials with vintage materials for a cutting edge look. Each collection has received rave reviews from the fashion community. HouseofAntoinette1950 products have been featured in publications all over the world including Examiner.com, The Fashion Hub, Fashion Potential, The Trendy Chick and JewelryMall. The accessories have been featured in New York City trunk shows, runway shows, auctions and various events. HouseofAntoinette1950 is ethical and eco-friendly. The delightful accessories have been sought out by editors, stylists, bloggers, celebrities and fashionistas, and have been featured in editorial fashion shoots.
Jim Sewastynowicz has been working in photography for more than 12 years. After receiving a degree in photojournalism, he began working as a staff photographer at daily newspapers. His style is documentarian, just observe and record. Always looking to grow and learn, Jim began working in graphic design and publication design. His love of nature and the environment drew him to landscape and nature photography, finding beauty in the world around him. Jim’s inspiration comes from everywhere and everything, from a color that catches his eye to the way sunlight filters through a window in an abandoned building. He believes inspiration is all around, but it's up to each one of us to see it. His work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, art shows, look books and websites. He currently lives in New York City.
Holiday Cheer trunk show with HouseofAntoinette1950 and photography by Jim Sewastynowicz
3 p.m.-8 p.m.
Jed Williams Studio
615 Bainbridge St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147
Saturday and Sunday, 1-4 p.m. and by private appointment