Meagan Ollari launched her professional career in New York City’s Garment district in 2008 after studying fashion design at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. Since, Meagan has granted her talents to private-label projects for internationally recognized companies such as Anthropologie, Mango, GUESS, Macy’s American Rag, Nordstrom, Urban Outfitters, and Lucky Brand to name a few.
Born and raised in the New York Metropolitan area, Meagan Ollari discovered her passion for design at the age of 7 which she expressed through her love of sewing and illustration.
“Meagan always seemed to be the lead singer or dancer and was never one interested in a backup role. When she was 7, Meagan started sketching clothing designs and asked Santa to bring her a sewing machine. That Christmas, Santa complied and soon Meagan was making clothes for herself and her dolls. She even made her own first business card for her fashion business. At that point, I knew she had a very bright future ahead of her” – Meagan’s Mother, Cynthia
Meagan’s core mission is to bring beauty, healing and inspiration through her collections that can empower women to go after their most sought-out dreams and desired aspirations.
Ollari represents worldly exploration and women empowerment in the form of exclusive feminine collections. Through the element of sophisticated sex appeal, our mission is to help modern-day retro goddesses feel beautiful, confident, sophisticated and well traveled.
Ollari, Brainchild of Designer and Founder Meagan Ollari is an elevated womenswear brand inspired by worldly exploration.
Launched in 2016 in New York City, Ollari is inspired by far-off places and ethnic treasures. An organic fusion of East meets West, our collections integrate novelty design elements of exclusive embroidery motifs, intricate hand beadwork, rich color palettes and bold patterns paired back to flowing shapes and feminine silhouettes.
To date Ollari has showcased at both New York and London Fashion Weeks with multiple features in Vogue, Vanity Fair and Worthy Magazine.