A midwestern girl at heart, Stacy Suvino first discovered a love of fashion during a pivotal childhood visit to New York City, where the infamous holiday windows at Bergdorf Goodman sparked the passion that would drive her career. After studying at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, Stacy landed a job at Bergdorf Goodman, working on the exact holiday windows that inspired her as a child. She began to build a foundational skill set to design, source, create and build with a distinct point of view.
Deeply inspired by the beauty and set design of the movie “Water for Elephants”, Stacy decided to take her
career towards film and television. Her experience has ranged from working on award-winning television to Sundance Film Festival winners.
A lover of history, a self-proclaimed storyteller, and a steadfast professional with a dedicated attention to detail, Stacy has applied her career experience and personal passions to develop a unique approach to her craft.
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