About Jacqueline City Apparel: A New Approach To Fashion

Jacqueline City Apparel is the brainchild of now 26 year old disabled fashion designer, Jacqueline City. City suffers from dysautonomia and POTS as well as heart disease and PTSD. When her health was at its worst, City lost 50 pounds and was left bedridden. Despite these obstacles, Jacqueline City turned her pain into art and created Jacqueline City Apparel - a sustainable, vegan clothing line with inclusive sizing and affordable prices, which she deems "the new approach to fashion." Inclusivity is important to City; her initial launch included women's, men's, unisex, kids and plus sizes up to a 5X. Since JCA's launch in 2019, Jacqueline City Apparel has since gone on to be featured in New York Fashion Week and British Vogue. 

Jacqueline City’s summer 2021 collection “Pink Lemonade” benefited Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a childhood cancer charity while her spring collection “AUTHENTIC” featured average, everyday people like moms and frontline workers. JCA’s latest collection debuted in New York Fashion Week in September 2021. City will again show at New York Fashion Week on February 14, 2022 in her largest show yet and notably her first charity show. The show will benefit 10,000 beds, an organization aimed at helping provide mental health and sobriety treatment options. City will make her international debut at Paris Fashion Week in Spring 2022. 


Xoxo, Jacqueline City