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HouseofAntoinette1950 pop up with photography by Jim Sewastynowicz this October!
Experience captivating statement accessories from HouseofAntoinette1950's latest collection "A Fall to Remember" with inspirational photography by Jim Sewastynowicz! October 13-28 at Jed Williams Studio in Philadelphia!
HouseofAntoinette1950's latest collection "A Fall to Remember" is inspired by nature, fairy tales and everything sweet. Photographer Jim Sewastynowicz will be showcasing inspirational photos for this collection at The Jed Williams Studio. The photographs will provide a window of inspirational influences into HouseofAntoinette1950. HouseofAntoinette1950 and Jim Sewastynowicz have both participated in Manhattan fashion events such as JustOff7thAve's Cine et La Mode. Jim Sewastynowicz's photography is imaginative,
precise and versatile, just like the accessories of HouseofAntoinette1950.
HouseofAntoinette1950 was established in 2010 in Philadelphia as an escape from generic everyday accessories!
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 most recent design work includes completing a look book for fashion show in New York and designing a book for the Aging Out project by SalaamGargage:
HouseofAntoinette1950 presents "A Fall to Remember with photography by Jim Sewastynowicz
Jed Williams Studio
615 Bainbridge St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147
Saturday and Sunday, 1-4 p.m. and by private appointment