Supporting the local fashion industry
A graduate of one of the east coast’s most prestigious fashion design schools, Susan Smith is an undeniable expert in the field. Even when she was a child, she’s always leaned towards fashion for older women, thanks to her stylish mother. After working in one of the world’s leading fashion designers for 10 years, she is now helping her hometown achieve a sense of style and fashion that reflects her community’s values and history, as well as help aspiring Broadalbin stylists achieve their dreams.
A self-described ‘party person’, Madison is an expert fashion analyst. Having received a degree in creative writing, Madison uses her superior fashion sense and love of writing to good use by creating think-pieces and articles about the latest fashion trends in New York, Milan, and London. After 5 years in the fashion journalism industry, she’s back in Broadalbin to give back to her community the best way she knows how: giving expert insight on style and fashion, regardless of the season.
Gianni credits his sense of fashion from his grandmother, who always demanded that the young Gianni always look presentable. Gianni wants more men to embrace fashion as an avenue of self-expression and as a means of putting your best foot forward. His wife, Alicia, is a runway model for one of the top modeling agencies in the country. Together, they explore ways to translate world fashions and styles to the Broadalbin aesthetic. They live in New York City, but the couple travels to Broadalbin whenever they can.