Meet the Nominees

 
 

Public Voted Award

 

NFA Emerging Talent Award Nominees

This award is presented to an individual whose brand has been in business for less than five years and has produced at least one collection or product line. This individual must show exceptional promise within their area of the fashion industry. Example qualifications include innovation in design, attention to construction and commitment to their brand’s long-term growth. Womenswear, Menswear, Accessory and Childrenswear brands are eligible.

 
 

Savannah Yarborough of Atelier Savas

Atelier Savas is a brand that makes bespoke leather jackets designed by Savannah Yarborough. As a creator of unique, one-of-a-kind pieces from the finest hides and furs in the world, Atelier Savas is steeped in a tradition all its own, where blues and rock music mix with stardust and mystery, like the sound of ancient cultures and old magic echoing across space and time. Atelier Savas remains committed to creating bespoke pieces of superior quality and design that far exceed anything else available on the market today. 

Savannah Yarborough opened Atelier Savas in early 2015. Her work is as equally influenced by her Alabama native roots as by her formal British education.  In the years prior, Yarborough refined her craft working as the senior menswear designer at Billy Reid, where she designed elegant tailoring, rich materials and subtle charm that earned the American label critical and popular acclaim. Yarborough attended Central St. Martins, where she graduated in 2012 with First Class Honors in Fashion Design for Menswear. Her strength comes from this extensive training in menswear clothing, where fit and function are paramount. She has a mental and emotional connection to the material and an innate, visceral connection between her hands and her mind. The tips of her fingers conjure raw matter into trappings fit for (rock) gods.

 
 
 

Bethany Wilson of Bela Begonias

Bela Begonias is a hand-crafted jewelry brand that embodies earthy, bohemian wares for the 'modern day gypsy.'  Largely inspired by nature, exploration and travel, these pieces are rooted in quality and intended to be worn through life's adventures.  The jewelry collections include raw stones, hammered gold and silver, and everyday layers.  

Bethany Wilson is a wanderlusting flower-child, and the founding artist behind Bela Begonias.  After graduating with degrees in art and design, she fell into the grind of corporate America for eight years before breaking out and starting her own business.  A self-taught jeweler, Bethany's art is a reflection of her world travels, a true love for nature and the freedom of music.

 
 
 

Taylor Gilkey of Gilkey Co.

Gilkey Co. is a farm to closet, luxury leather handbag brand.  All of our bags are made to stand the test of time and have been created with passion and influenced by heritage.  Our bags are handcrafted in the US with ethically sourced materials.  We are timeless, not trendy and believe that everyone is one of a kind, just like our bags. 

Taylor Gilkey is a farmer's daughter who has been raised on hard work and perseverance.   She is also the daughter of a creative, quick witted mother who taught her the importance of creativity and staying true to herself.  Gilkey Co. is a reflection of who she is, where she came from and is filling the gap of what she sees missing in the fashion industry.  #FARMTOCLOSET. 

 
 
 

Caitlin Stolley of Lily Guilder

Lily Guilder Design creates fabulous, detailed clothing using unique combinations of fabrics, textures and bold colors.  People stand up taller and more confident when they put on Lily Guilder and this transformative power of clothing trickles into the designs as each piece often physically transforms into a second style (all of our coats turn into capes). Lily Guilder collections are comprised of one of kind and limited edition ready to wear garments for Iconoclasts, Glamour Gals, Dapper Dudes, Faerie Queens and Superheroes or anyone who wishes to feel like one.  Every piece is made with love in Nashville in our Germantown studio.

Caitlin Stolley, designer & owner of Lily Guilder Design, started her career as a costume designer working in tv, film and off- Broadway theatre in NYC and LA including gigs on “Law and Order” and “Rescue Me.”  The clothing line was born from frequent requests for festival custom order pieces and is available at lilyguilderdesign.com.   She earned her BS in Theatre at Northwestern University with an emphasis in costume design, dance and art.  Attention to detail, sharp tailoring and the danceability/ fun factor are of utmost importance in each piece she designs.

 
 

Member Voted Awards

 

Womenswear Designer of the Year Award

This award is presented to a womenswear designer/brand that has been in business for at least two years, has an ecommerce website and has at least one full collection or product line. This brand must show exceptional growth and promise within the field of women’s design. Example qualifications include innovation in design, exceptional quality of product and exemplary progress in the field of womenswear design in 2017.

 
 

Amanda Valentine of Amanda Valentine

Amanda Valentine is a women’s ready to wear collection founded in 2010. Designed by wardrobe stylist and costume designer Amanda Valentine,each collection features minimalist shapes and maximalist color. 

Amanda Valentine is a wardrobe stylist and fashion designer based in Nashville, TN.  After 2 successful stints on Project Runway, Amanda now balances her time between designing color blocked maxi dresses for her international customers and styling everything from national commercial spots to international rock bands.

 
 
 

Maria Silver of Black by Maria Silver

Black By Maria Silver is a women's contemporary street wear line that combines urban nonchalance with easy glamour. Designed and ethically produced in Nashville, TN, the line focuses on the modern traveler who exudes effortless magnetism and attitude. 

Dominican-American designer Maria Silver, is a graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology and has 20 years of costume, design and wardrobe experience. After many years as a touring drummer and founding member of rock band The Ettes, she debuted Black By Maria Silver in 2011 at Nashville Fashion Week. Since then, BBMS has been featured in Elle, Bust, Nylon, Refinery 29 and StyleBlueprint to name a few. Silver just opened her first brick and mortar in August, 2017 in East Nashville. 

 
 
 

Cavanagh Baker of Cavanagh Baker

Luxury, drama and glamour are the visual hallmarks of the designs of Cavanagh Baker, a contemporary women’s wear designer based in Nashville, Tennessee. Cavanagh has an eye for bold but classic silhouettes and unique and sophisticated fabrics. She designs everyday wear for women who still practice the fine art of dressing.

A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Cavanagh is a 2014 fashion design graduate of the Savannah College of Art & Design. After college, Cavanagh worked in Reebok’s athletic design department in Boston. She left that position in mid-2015 and moved to Nashville, where she opened her first design studio in early 2016. Cavanagh has had her work showcased in Hong Kong, presented alongside the work of Oscar De La Renta and has designed custom garments for the country music industry including Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert and Danielle Bradberry, to name a few.

 
 
 

Liz Pape of Elizabeth Suzann

Elizabeth Suzann is a women’s clothing label that believes in mindful, careful consumption, in reducing waste, and in creating long-lasting garments that serve many needs so you can buy fewer of them. We cut and sew all of our garments locally in our Nashville design studio using only the highest quality, natural fiber cloth. Our studio strives to create thoughtful, well-designed, and long-lasting garments by ultimately creating seasonless pieces that can be worn a myriad of ways. It is our hope that by producing and consuming mindfully, we can focus on craftsmanship, reduce waste, and create truly impeccable clothing for the discerning customer.

"I’m Liz, the designer and founder of Elizabeth Suzann. I live here in Nashville, TN with my husband (and business partner) and our two dachshunds, Odie and Oscar. I studied Art History and Political Science in college, and I graduated with a liberal arts degree from Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL. During our first year in Nashville, I started selling the clothing I'd sewn as a hobby here and there - and the snowball was off and rolling! I fine tuned and polished my philosophy about building an intentional wardrobe after I had started selling at craft fairs and on Etsy. I then developed a real business model and set goals about eight months into it. Elizabeth Suzann has grown into something I am so proud of, and we just celebrated our fourth birthday this summer!"

 
 
 

Ashley Balding of Ona Rex

Ona Rex was established in 2014 and seeks to provide unique, luxurious garments to the bold, independent woman. Saturated colors, rich textures, and careful silhouettes invoke a sense of serene strength amidst the chaos of the modern world. Ona Rex is designed and produced in-house in Nashville, Tennessee.

Ashley Balding received her fashion education at O'More College of Design.  Amidst working for companies such as Otis James and Ceri Hoover post-graduation, Balding began her own endeavor with a purposeful path of creating fearless garments for fearless women.  

 
 
 

Menswear Designer of the Year Award

This award is presented to a menswear designer/brand that has been in business for at least two years and has an ecommerce website and at least one full collection or product line. This brand must show exceptional growth and promise within the field of men’s design. Example qualifications include innovation in design, exceptional quality of product and exemplary progress in the field of menswear design in 2017.

 
 

Andrew Clancey of Any Old Iron

Any Old Iron is rock and roll with a twist. Inspired by all music genres our aim is to release your inner rock star! We also dress the outer rock star dressing including Miranda Lambert, Beyonce, Kesha, Alicia Keys, Karen Fairchild, Jane Fonda, Rita Ora, Aubrey Plaza and Maren Morris. 

Andrew Clancey a UK import has worked in fashion for 20 years. 18 years a stylist and nearly 2 years as a designer. He opened the first ever US multi brand UK designer boutique in New York before moving to Nashville and opening a store in East Nashville. 

 
 
 

Christina Chapman of Brownlee Bathing Corp.

Brownlee is a luxury men’s wear line that has re-imagined swimwear for the modern day man. We did not invent the swimsuit, but our goal has been to re-invent it. To put thoughtful consideration into every moment of the garment. We carry that ideology into our lounge wear collection that we are releasing in the coming weeks. My grandfather, Brownlee, is one of the most inspiring humans I have ever known—so it only made sense to carry his essence throughout the brand and its story.

Being a Nashville Native, Christina Chapman knew that her company needed to be born here. Having grown up with so many male family members, her upbringing has been an inspiration in itself. Having worked in design, she recognized her passions, and ran, fast, with them. She often sought the comfort of her cousin’s most leisurely garments, and what she found is that these items did not exist as well as they could. Enter her desire to provide the people she cares for with something a little more fashionable… and functional. 

 
 
 

Eric Bornhop of Eric Adler Clothing

Specializing in tastefully bold menswear, Eric Adler Clothing launched at Nashville Fashion Week 2014. The following year NFW awarded Eric Adler the Nashville Fashion Forward Fund. Since then Eric has been designing small collections and tailoring garments for musicians, statesmen, and gents from Nashville and beyond interested in high quality clothing of all kinds.

After graduating high school, Eric Adler Bornhop attended Emory University where he got earned a degree in Psychology and a minor in Spanish that took him to abroad Spain. While teaching English abroad, he was inspired to return home and pursue a career in Fashion. After an apprenticeship at Manuel Couture Eric debuted his first menswear collection at Nashville Fashion week in 2014. Since then he has been designing and tailoring garments for his men’s fashion line Eric Adler Clothing.

 
 
 

Jeff Loring of Stitch-It & Co

Stitch-It & Co. provides an experience with emphasis on personal design, attention to detail, and exceptional quality. Their philosophy is simple: one tailor from design to finish. No salesman, no cold calls, no off-site fittings, gimmicks, packages, or marketing strategies.

Jeffery Loring was born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. He graduated from Hillwood High School and received an Associates degree in Art Education from Aquinas College. Husband to Cindy and Dad to Taylor.

 
 
 

Accessory Designer of the Year Award

This award is presented to an accessory designer/brand that has been in business for at least two years and has an ecommerce website and at least one full collection or product line. This brand must show exceptional growth and promise within the field of accessory design. Example qualifications include; innovation in design, exceptional quality of product and exemplary progress in the field of accessory design in 2017.

 
 

Ceri Hoover of Ceri Hoover

Ceri Hoover is a premium leather accessories company founded in 2013 in Nashville, Tennessee. We use materials sourced from the world’s finest leather purveyors and employ American artisans to handcraft our bags and shoes to the exacting specifications of our company’s namesake founder and creative director. Simple but never plain, Ceri Hoover bags are of exceptional quality and feature exquisite detailing and timeless design.

Ceri is originally from the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It’s a place of sea oats and wild horses and driftwood, pebbly sand and salted air. It’s an aesthetic—natural and unpretentious and on the edge of things—that has always stuck with her. Ceri launched her brand in 2013 and opened her flagship in 2016.

 
 
 

Emil Congdon of Emil Erwin

Emil Erwin is a Nashville based design company focusing on accessories and furnishings.  Headed by husband and wife team, Emil and Leslie Congdon, Emil Erwin strives to design and create beautiful objects.

Emil Congdon is the designer at Emil Erwin.  He has been stumbling over this statement at bars and parties since 2008. 

 
 
 

Lindsey Stewart Sherrod of Lilyan James

Honoring timeless techniques, Lilyan James reflects a return to heritage traditions that honor both the craftsman and the environment. Each piece, individually cut and sewn in the United States, is made by master leatherworkers keen on applying a renewed sense of durability and character to modern handbag silhouettes. Each design, free from overstated logos and hardware, is grounded in the belief that a woman defines what she carries.

Lindsey Stewart Sherrod is a designer living in Nashville. A Tennessee native, she returned to understand the social, environmental, and cultural significance of production within the United States. Beginning her research, she sought out a rural equestrian leathersmith to understand the foundations of luxury, lasting work. Previously, she served with a design agency based in Chicago representing clients in New York, Washington DC, and Los Angeles.

 
 
 

Brooke Seraphine of Seraphine Design

Seraphine Design strives to harness the beauty and energy of the natural world by showcasing top quality stones in modern jewelry design.  The line is created for women who want distinctive jewelry that reflects who they are--stylish, multi-faceted, self-assured, and compelling.

Brooke Seraphine’s love of gems and minerals began at a young age. Born into a family of scientists and artists, her geologist father encouraged Brooke to search for natural wonders, wherever they were. This connection with the outdoors and its treasures underscores her design philosophy and practice today.  Brooke creates original pieces in her East Nashville studio where lives with her husband and their two small children.

 
 
 

Fashion Insider Award

This award is given to a talented and dedicated industry leader who embodies our creative community. This individual’s work has had a positive impact on our regional fashion community through advocacy, working sustainably and/or innovating local fashion and design.

 
 

Libby Callaway of The Callaway

The Callaway is a boutique communications agency in Nashville that helps creative companies tell their stories and stake a claim in the luxury marketplace. We specialize in content creation; marketing and media strategy; and PR and communications. Our clients range from fashion brands, beauty companies and upscale retailers to hospitality entities including restaurants and hotels.Libby Callaway is the founder of The Callaway, a communications company based in Nashville that provides marketing and PR support for creative companies. She is the former media director for Imogene + Willie and marketing director for Billy Reid. As a fashion editor and journalist, Libby has contributed to some of the country’s most widely regarded magazines and newspapers, including the New York Post, where she was employed as a writer and editor from 1997 to 2004. As a freelance fashion and style writer, she has penned stories for publications including Elle, the New York Times’ T magazine, Style.com, Travel + Leisure and Glamour, where she was a fashion advice columnist in 2005 and 2006. A former wardrobe stylist and vintage clothing dealer, Libby is a noted secondhand shopping expert, and her unique personal style and professional advice on the subject has been featured in InStyle, Elle, Lucky, Us Weekly, Nylon, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue and Style.com, and NBC’s The Today Show.

 
 
 

Connie Cathcart-Richardson of Nashville Fashion Week

Nashville Fashion Week is a city-wide celebration of Nashville’s thriving fashion and retail community. Featuring local, regional and national designers and industry professionals in an array of creative events throughout the week to encourage both Nashvillians and visitors to explore the city’s diverse fashion and retail spaces throughout the week with promotions, partnerships and educational workshops. Founded in 2010, NFW is directed by a collaboration of fashion, retail and media professionals who have combined their passion and resources to create a volunteer-led and run event with a sustainable focus for philanthropic support of the Nashville Fashion Forward Fund. The Nashville Fashion Forward Fund was established as an endowed fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to support the next generation of fashion industry professionals with ties to middle Tennessee by providing an annual financial award and resources for experiential professional development opportunities from the proceeds of Nashville Fashion Week.

A native Nashvillian, Connie Cathcart-Richardson has dedicated the past eleven years to building and supporting the local fashion community following a 25-year career in marketing. Often referred to as the “Team Mom” of Nashville fashion, Connie impacts the city through her ever-changing roles of advocate, creative director, mentor, stylist, connector, producer, consultant, curator, community volunteer and Co-Founder/Managing Partner of Nashville Fashion Week and the Nashville Fashion Forward Fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.

 
 
 

Cara Jackson

Cara Jackson provides business management services to fashion designers, artists and other creative businesses. Drawing on over a decade of experience working with creatives, her primary objective is to enable her clients to thrive at what they enjoy the most—creating. Her clients have included womenswear, menswear, jewelry, handbag and textile designers, retailers, and sculptors, potters and installation artists.

Cara Jackson began her career at Rodale Inc., a health and wellness publisher, working in corporate communications and business development/business affairs in their New York office. In 2007, she relocated to Nashville to work at Bass, Berry & Sims as a lawyer in the Intellectual Property & Technology Group, where she counseled clients ranging from start-ups to publicly traded companies on intellectual property matters. Before launching her business management firm in November of 2015, Cara was the Vice President of Corporate Communications at IASIS Healthcare. Cara currently serves as President of the Board of Directors of Nashville Opera and as Vice Chair of the Board for the Nashville Fashion Alliance.

 
 
 

Elise Joseph of Goodwin

Goodwin is an online women’s retail concept based in Nashville, Tennessee. Their unique collection includes exclusive designs from independent and emerging designers both locally and across the globe. As a purveyor of meaningful beauty and design, they seek simplicity and mindful consumption and are proud to partner with artists who share in their belief of intentional, thoughtful and quality design.

Elise Joseph is a Nashville-based art director, creative consultant and shop owner. She founded her retail concept Goodwin in the fall of 2016, and has previously collaborated with leading brands such as Nordstrom, West Elm, Madewell, L’Oreal Paris, Ulta Beauty and more. She has been featured in InStyle Magazine, The Sartorialist, Domino Magazine, Refinery29, Fashionista and WhoWhatWear.com, and her blog Pennyweight has become a resource for all things style and design. Elise has amassed over a million followers across her online outlets and her expertise in marketing, branding and social media has helped develop several fashion and lifestyle companies.

 
 
 

Patrick Woodyard of Nisolo

Intentionally Designed. Ethically Made. Fairly Priced. Nisolo is a women's and men's footwear and accessories brand that aims to push the fashion industry in a more sustainable direction--where success is based on more than just offering the cheapest price--a direction that not only values exceptional design, but the producer and the planet just as much as the end consumer.

Patrick is the Co-Founder & CEO of Nisolo. Patrick graduated from the Croft Institute for International Studies and Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College at the University of Mississippi, where he studied Global Economics & Business, Latin American Studies, and Spanish. His experience using business as a force for good has led him across the globe ranging from Kenya and Uganda to Argentina and Peru. While working in microfinance in Peru, Patrick founded Nisolo with the vision to push the fashion industry in a new direction by serving as one of the first fashion brands to deliver a superior yet ethically-produced product to consumers at an accessible price point.

 
 
 

Triple Bottom Line Award (Social, Environmental and Financial)

This award is given to an individual/designer/brand who is concentrated on elevating the regional fashion community by focusing on their impact to people, planet and profit. This individual/designer/brand employs thoughtfully, endeavors to act sustainably and ultimately contributes to a positive economic impact on our regional economy.

 
 

Natalie “Alabama” Chanin of Alabama Chanin

Alabama Chanin is a lifestyle company sustainably producing beautiful, lasting pieces through great design that strive to create an emotional relationship between the user and the product. Since 2000, Alabama Chanin has expanded to include a family of businesses that includes the Alabama Chanin collection, The School of Making, The Factory Store + Café, and Building 14 Design + Manufacturing Services. All facets work together to create a collaborative community and idea exchange, healthy growth, and a love of quality goods that last. The Alabama Chanin team consists of makers and educators, working to elevate and merge design, craft, and fashion.

Natalie “Alabama” Chanin is a designer, pioneer of the slow design movement, and founder of Alabama Chanin—a lifestyle company that creates high-quality, sustainably-made goods for the person and the home from their headquarters in Florence, Alabama, where Natalie was born and raised. In 2013, Chanin won the CFDA/Lexus Eco-Fashion Challenge, an award competition that identifies and celebrates the greatest American designers working in the realm of sustainable fashion. Chanin continues to learn and to teach craft traditions, or “living arts,” using them to bridge generational, economic, and cultural gaps.

 
 
 

Liz Pape of Elizabeth Suzann

Elizabeth Suzann is a women’s clothing label that believes in mindful, careful consumption, in reducing waste, and in creating long-lasting garments that serve many needs so you can buy fewer of them. We cut and sew all of our garments locally in our Nashville design studio using only the highest quality, natural fiber cloth. Our studio strives to create thoughtful, well-designed, and long-lasting garments by ultimately creating seasonless pieces that can be worn a myriad of ways. It is our hope that by producing and consuming mindfully, we can focus on craftsmanship, reduce waste, and create truly impeccable clothing for the discerning customer.

"I’m Liz, the designer and founder of Elizabeth Suzann. I live here in Nashville, TN with my husband (and business partner) and our two dachshunds, Odie and Oscar. I studied Art History and Political Science in college, and I graduated with a liberal arts degree from Flagler College in St. Augustine, FL. During our first year in Nashville, I started selling the clothing I'd sewn as a hobby here and there - and the snowball was off and rolling! I fine tuned and polished my philosophy about building an intentional wardrobe after I had started selling at craft fairs and on Etsy. I then developed a real business model and set goals about eight months into it. Elizabeth Suzann has growninto something I am so proud of, and we just celebrated our fourth birthday this summer!"

 
 
 

Barrett Ward of FASHIONABLE

FASHIONABLE is a lifestyle brand focused on ending generational poverty by working with women, both locally and globally, who have often overcome extraordinary circumstances. The brand has grown from producing a single collection of hand-woven scarves to a full offering that includes leather goods, hand-made jewelry, denim, and footwear. Whether your purchase is produced in Ethiopia, Mexico, Peru or at their headquarters in Nashville, each item has one thing in common: through working with women, it is leading all of us a step closer to the end of generational poverty.

While living in Ethiopia, Barrett Ward saw firsthand how extreme poverty forced young women, generation after generation, to resort to prostitution as a means of supporting themselves and their families. Barrett sought to provide an alternative that would provide these women with the opportunity to earn a living, empowering them to end the cycle of poverty that kept them trapped. Barrett is a graduate of Indiana University and currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife and four beautiful daughters. 

 
 
 

Patrick Woodyard of Nisolo

Intentionally Designed. Ethically Made. Fairly Priced. Nisolo is a women's and men's footwear and accessories brand that aims to push the fashion industry in a more sustainable direction--where success is based on more than just offering the cheapest price--a direction that not only values exceptional design, but the producer and the planet just as much as the end consumer.

Patrick is the Co-Founder & CEO of Nisolo. Patrick graduated from the Croft Institute for International Studies and Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College at the University of Mississippi, where he studied Global Economics & Business, Latin American Studies, and Spanish. His experience using business as a force for good has led him across the globe ranging from Kenya and Uganda to Argentina and Peru. While working in microfinance in Peru, Patrick founded Nisolo with the vision to push the fashion industry in a new direction by serving as one of the first fashion brands to deliver a superior yet ethically-produced product to consumers at an accessible price point.

 
 
 

Sarah Bellos of Stony Creek Colors

Stony Creek Colors sells clean and safe plant-based dyes helping their customers, fashion brands and textile mills, reduce hazardous chemical use and use of synthetic petroleum based dyes.  In partnership with contract farmers in Robertson County, TN, Stony Creek produces their flagship product, natural indigo for denim.  Now the company’s clean color is used in leading brands like Levis Strauss, 3x1, J Crew, and Citizens of Humanity. It is expanding its manufacturing beyond indigo for denim into other colors and innovative dye processes to enable widespread industrial use of natural colorants. 

Sarah Bellos and her team have spearheaded the commercial domestic production and reintroduction of plant-derived natural indigo into US denim mills, after 100 years of the petroleum and cyanide derived synthetic indigo being the norm.  As CEO of Stony Creek Colors, Ms. Bellos has lead the company through successful R&D grant funding and investor equity raises to build an indigo extraction factory in Tennessee and scale natural dye crop production to former tobacco farmers across the region.  In 2015 Ms. Bellos was named the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorants entrepreneur of the year and in 2016 the company was made a prestigious Martha Stewart American Made Honoree. Bellos graduated in 2004 from the College of Agriculture at Cornell University and has worked at the intersection of textile dyeing and sustainable agriculture in Nashville since 2006. 

 
 

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