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Jessica Joyce

Fashion designer Jessica Joyce of the eponymous label Jessica Joyce, launches her new collection. The designer sees both the hip and creative Mary Quant (1934) and the stylishly dressed Jackie Kennedy (1929), united in herself. The result is a pure, strong and feminine collection of dresses for the modern, urban woman. Intriguing personality as inspiration for the summer & winter collection, Jessica Joyce translated her own personality into her new collections. Jessica Joyce, who is herself stylish and cultured, offers the classic and timeless dresses in her new collection.

The collections consists only of dresses - fifteen in total - in various lengths. Dresses range from ultra-short, to the elegant over-the-knee length. The dresses are made of adorable sexy white or black fabric, and the pied-de-poule and other graphic designs. Jessica Joyce brings her own free, contemporary variations on existing styles. With this collection, Jessica Joyce launches a signature collection - a basic collection, which can be endlessly elaborated.

Jessica Joyce graduated from the University for the Arts (Hogeschool voor de Kunsten) in Arnhem in 1998. Five years later, she pioneered her self-titled women’s label. She works towards setting her brand image out in the open bursting with inspiration and full-on enthusiasm. Jessica Joyce’s clothing line is sold in multi-label stores across Europe and the United States of America. In the coming years, fashion designer Jessica Joyce aspires to be a Dutch fashion label that operates internationally. Years of experience, working with other companies and fashion brands and her own personal curiosity all encouraged her do more and to be more.

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