Fashion Week File: Jessie Randall

The New York City based accessories designer Jessie Randall of Loeffler Randall invites us into her SoHo showroom the week of her fashion week presentation.

Loeffler Randall's Jessie Randall

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


Jessie Randall is the founder and creative director behind beloved accessories label Loeffler Randall. We checked in with the talented designer and visited her chic SoHo studio. Here’s what she told us about how she survives fashion week and what inspires her brand.

My office in three words: Beautiful, inspiring and light-filled.

Color scheme of my office: Lovely neutrals and rich, natural raw materials like vachetta leather, wool felt, bleached wood, velvet, marble and brass and the signature pink of our Loeffler Randall boxes on the walls.

My work space is inspired by: The colors and materials I love to work with.

Jessie Randall fashion week AW17

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


On my current mood board for the fall/winter collection: Lots of cozy textures, color pops and metallics

Interview with New York-based designer Jessie Randall

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


For fall/winter, I was inspired by: Two tone color blocking, luxe raw materials, metallics and ruffles.

How I wake up and look fresh on very little sleep: I try to keep my make up super minimal. Less is more. 

 Fashion Week File: Jessie Randall interview

photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK


Soundtrack for getting motivated: Pop.

Best part of my job: Working with fun, kind, funny people who inspire me.

If I weren’t a designer, I’d be: A children's book author or have a craft blog.

I’m 10 times more productive when: I make time for creative pursuits that have nothing to do with my job—taking a writing class, working on a cross stitch project, helping the kids make valentines. Those little creative moments fuel my work unexpectedly and make me better at what I do. 

Published on February 09, 2017 - 11:00am EST

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