From a young age, Alisse Thatcher loved color, shape, structure and silhouette and was already an award-winning artist by the time she was in high school. Which is when her art teacher suggested she consider Fashion Design. "In design school I had to pick 3 words to describe myself and my work," says Thatcher, who now designs her namesake Thatcher Collection. "I saw the word innovative and from that moment I knew I would strive to be that. I always try to create something distinct. To design from a new angle or perspective, but at the same time create something that is useful."
Rather than what's trendy, Thatcher's design aesthetic is driven by her instincts about color and silhouette, resulting in a rich color palette of sophisticated timeless pieces that have been featured in People, InStyle & on Style.com and seen on Emma Roberts, assorted Kardashians & Madonna.
- Lesley Scott