“I just want to use my art to make women feel beautiful and confident.”
It is not some cheap marketing tag line dreamed up by a PR agency. It’s part of her soul, and it is clear as a ship’s bell in the joy she exudes at every hand-written note, social media post, or email from one of the women who is fiercely loyal to Meghan and her vision.
A native of Southern California, Meghan learned to sew from her mother at the age of four, and the two of them together made much of the clothing she wore throughout her childhood. From those humble roots sprang a deep-seated passion for design and the creation of what she calls “wearable art.”
From the beginning, her vibe has been laid-back, hippie and bohemian and her designs have come to anchor the wardrobes of successful, confident, sexy women all over the globe.
Drawing inspiration from quirky travel destinations, funky museums, cultural and religious iconography, and her own extensive collection of vintage haute couture, she has turned out numerous breathtaking designs over a career spanning more than two decades.
Inspiration from some of her heroes like Elsa Schiaparelli, John Galliano, Iris Apfel, and Marcia Curly Israel has led to intricate silhouettes featuring detailed embellishments and special touches that people often describe as “very Meghan.” An accomplished businessperson and a true force of nature, she started her first company at the age of 26 and has seen numerous designers who studied under her go on to open their own studios. Her work ethic, especially when targeted at realizing her vision, is breathtaking.