Fashion Passport
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by Keti McKenna
3w ago
My friends, Nino Walton and Tea Savanelli, from the new event company GG Vibes, are hosting an exclusive fashion event on June 21st called Fashion Passport. This event promises an immersive experience that seamlessly blends fashion, culinary artistry, and interactive moments. Before the main fashion show, there will be several pop-up shops set up at the event. Guests who visit these pop-up shops will receive a complimentary drink and have the unique opportunity to meet the designers in person, regardless of whether they make a purchase. When my friends told me about the venue—the Denver Athlet ..read more
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Interview with Canvas Rebel
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by Keti McKenna
2M ago
Canvas Rebel, sister company of Voyage LA Magazine, publishes stories about small business owners, artists and creatives who deserve more spotlight . Far from being a global conglomerate, KetiVani embodies the essence of artisanal elegance. With samples meticulously crafted on a vintage sewing machine at a home office, every stitch tells a story of dedication and passion. As a an independent designer with superior skills, I am enjoying to have freedom of pivoting between teaching, helping other brands to succeed and building my small luxury brand, KetiVani with your help and support.  Rea ..read more
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Short Film is Out
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by Keti McKenna
11M ago
Bill Johnson is a story teller and the videographer based in Denver, Colorado. He filmed KetiVani Fall Fashion show and collaborated with the designer to tell her story....  "I give people a voice to tell their story about their business, their cause, or their life through still images, video, and sound recordings that can be used in movies, print exhibitions, and publications. My style has been described as ‘painterly’ and viewers see empathy for others in my stories. I am inspired by people who have commitment to their work and an ability to connect with others on an e ..read more
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Keti Teacher
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by Keti McKenna
1y ago
When I left my successful career in the New York Fashion industry in 2015 and moved to Colorado, I decided never to go back to a corporate world and do two things I love:  Designing and Teaching. Why Teaching? 1.Being a teacher is a noble profession that can have a significant impact on the lives of students. 2. I felt I had the necessary education, experience and qualifications to teach effectively. I used to teach my subordinates while managing product development. Also used to conduct teaching seminars when I travelled to factories overseas. 3.It helps my professional development: I co ..read more
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Fall 2023 Fashion Show at Denver Fashion Week on May 13th 2023.
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by Keti McKenna
1y ago
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FASHTALKS WITH KETIVANI
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by Keti McKenna
1y ago
Interview for a Designer Spotlight By: FashWire Apr 07, 2023 12:35 PM What is your earliest design memory for your brand? One of my earliest memories of the brand is designing in my kitchen in the early 90s, getting rolls of fabric at the retail stores in the New York garment district, cutting samples on the floor, and getting orders from a boutique in Forest Hills, Queens. The store loved my designs, and the demand was high, but I struggled with production and so I decided to enroll at FIT.  What is the story behind the name of your brand, KetiVani? It is a slight modification of my give ..read more
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KetiVani Designs Airplane Uniforms and Hosts Pop Up at InHerent
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by Keti McKenna
1y ago
Inspired to create the best quality garments possible, designer Keti McKenna launched her brand KetiVani in May 2017. After moving from New York City to Denver, McKenna worked as a senior designer at a startup contemporary fashion company in Cherry Creek.  One day, McKenna saw the same fabric she used to design in the window of Garbarini boutique.  After walking inside and starting a conversation with the owner, Terri Garbarini, McKenna invited her to look at her collection. From there, Garbarini asked McKenna to design and produce private label garments — soon after, Garbarini bout ..read more
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Custom Made and Make to Measure
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by Keti McKenna
1y ago
Ketivani is a sustainable brand. We offer limited runs of ready-to-wear (RTW) and we are proud to provide consistent sizing to all its clients. The major downside of RTW is the overproduction of garments, thereby contributing to environmental and ecological damage. Also, ready-made clothes can’t guarantee perfect fitting. While you may appreciate the design and the fabric, you might not like the waist seam position, as it does not compliment your body type and personal preferences. For those reasons, we also offer custom-made and made-to-order. However, the cost of custom clothing is a lot hi ..read more
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KetiVani Fashion Show
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by Keti McKenna
1y ago
KetiVani debut at Denver fashion week in November 2021 was a great success! It was inspired by the jacquard suit Keti designed for the Denver Art Museum display. She wanted to show glamour, modern sophistication with the edge. Her intention was for ladies not to forget to wear high heels and look glamorous, in spite of the times we live in. She also debuted her 1st menswear jacquard suit. 5 people inquired about it after the show and it got sold the week after. Thank you 303 Magazine for this opportunity! Please view on You Tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Znj26Ki7YWM ..read more
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As Seen On TV
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by Keti McKenna
1y ago
FOX 21 Channel  TV Host, Keni Mac is wearing Ketivani Piper Jacket, Fancy Jogger and a matching Cami.  Romi Bean CBS4 Sports Anchor/Reporter at CBS Denver loves wearing   Raquel Dress she purchased at Garbarini  shop.  ..read more
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