KRISTI VOSBECK LLC is a luxury women’s clothing label that launched in 2010. Kristi is a visionary, who is influenced by different cultures, and invokes her memories of Paris, Greece and Madrid with intricate designs that are strikingly classic, in the most opulent, luxurious fabrications, and couture attention to detail. She is inspired by Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney. KRISTI VOSBECK is part of a new breed of innovative young designers, with an eye for glamour, focusing on the classic beauty of the female form. She envisions women who have a passion for fashion, at any age, and sees her dresses being worn to parties, galleries, and very special occasions, by women who want to flaunt and flirt. She is inspired by Hollywood movie star glamour and names her dresses after the stars – Rita, Elizabeth, Grace, Ava, and Brigitte. The KRISTI VOSBECK Collection features a variety of sophisticated looks that say All clothing is made of the finest fabrics and by the highest quality manufacturers here in New York City. Having graced the store windows on Madison Avenue in New York City, with an original design landing on the cover of the New York Post, KRISTI VOSBECK is an emerging designer to watch. Influenced by old Hollywood Glamour, KRISTI VOSBECK designs exude luxury with their classic lines, and stunning details. From hand draped gowns to modernized cape, the KRISTI VOSBECK women is someone who knows fashion and likes to show off her sense of style. KRISTI VOSBECK designs are currently sold on her online boutique: www.kristivosbeck.com as well as many boutiques in the city, such as Vivaldi and FORAVI on Madison Avenue and around the world, as far as Saudi Arabia. KV enjoys giving back to the New York fashion community – recently teaching a three week class to fashion lovers who had been diagnosed with cancer, opening up her studio to teach. The New York based organization is called Fashion Fights Cancer (FCC) and KRISTI VOSBECK will be partnering up again with FFC to help support the fight against cancer. Other New York Based Projects include Kechie’s Project, where KRISTI VOSBECK dressed 16 high school students to promote pursuing Design in NYC. KRISTI VOSBECK is also a supporter of New York’s after school T.O.R.C.H. program.