Janvi Ghatalia is a fashion designer establishing herself in the New York fashion industry. In just three years in New York City, she has immersed herself in the completely in the fashion industry by collaborating with some of the biggest names in the industry from startups to influential power fashion houses. Her expertise has been showcased in runway shows, working on custom celebrity gowns and launching new brands and first collections. Simultaneously, she has helped create a voice for new brands by aiding them in their first collections.
After being apart of the couture world at Naeem Khan, Janvi decided to return to the world of Ready to wear. Ms. Ghatalia helped establish the Hanley brand image when she joined their team in 2015. At this time, Hanley had been around for only a year and were still looking for a voice. She quickly developed close relationships with all the designers and became a very prominent member of the team, taking on lead roles in the company and developing new styles that would become the Hanley signature looks.
Janvi’s presence was seen throughout all aspects of the company, both resort 2016 and spring 2016 collections featured handbags that were designed by her. After designing a new and innovative garment closure also known as the ‘button placket’, it quickly became a staple of each collection and is still used today. For each of these collections she also collaborated with the creative director and created all technical drawings for the line. The core pieces that were designed by Janvi were also showcased on the TV show called ‘Girls’ on HBO.
Her hard work and dedication to the company paid off very quickly and was relied on all aspects of the company’s proceedings. She helped drive the company forward and find it’s footing in the tedious and tumultuous New York fashion business.
Janvi continues to be extraordinarily busy and has been working with the Camuto group and freelancing with an environmental friendly fashion brand in California called AGAATI. Anywhere that Janvi goes, success seems to follow.