Fashion Artist, Brandi Lewis

Brandi Lewis began her career in Fashion Design, Art and Styling in 2003 while attending The Art Institute of Philadelphia. While exploring the different levels of Art and Fashion, she started making t-shirts in her dorm room and selling them. After perfecting her craft and building client relationships over the years, the gifted wearable artiste launched her brand, Syeko Design House in 2010. Her concept, “Syeko”, is best described as Striking Art and Sustainable Garments that are inspired by God, Glam and Extreme Art, the brand embodies Avant Garde concepts and sartorial extremes. 

 

Syeko Design House is the evolution of an emerging new category of repurposed, sustainable, custom garments and accessories made for the fashion forward client.

 

Brandi's career highlights to-date include:

Presenting at the 2022 Baltimore Met Gala, 2021 New York Sustainable Fashion Week, 2020 Anthrop 8 documentary, featuring Sustainable Fashion Designers, 2019 Spectrum Of Fashion Exhibition, Baltimore's 2018 Theatre's groundbreaking fashion presentation, inspired by their production of the Broadway hit, "Intimate Apparel” and showcasing at the 2016 New York Fashion Week."

 

Ms. Lewis has been the resident studio designer at the landmark Motor House in Baltimore, Maryland since 2016. The Maryland Fashion Awards selected Ms. Lewis as the Best Urban Designer of 2012. She has been featured in recent editions of Weekly Style Magazine, Sheen Magazine, Baltimore Style Magazine and Full Bloom Magazine. Recent events include being apart of the “Love, Paint, Heal” Interactive art therapy workshops hosted by Ms. Lewis.

Ms. Lewis provides image consulting, personal shopping services, and wardrobe styling for T.V., film, photo shoots, fashion shows and other live events.

 

 

Syeko- “To think outside the box and achieve your dreams.”