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As a graduate of Savannah College of Art & Design, her senior collection, inspired by Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven,” featured an all-black ensemble that received numerous honors, including coverage in Women’s Wear Daily and Fashionista. Pieces from the collection walked at the 2014 SCAD Fashion Showcase and the SCAD Fashion Showcase Hong Kong, and was displayed at the SCAD Savanah campus and the SCAD FASH Museum alongside the work of Oscar de la Renta.
Cavanagh’s eponymous brand, which was sold at her beautiful studio in Nashville, has caught the attention of celebrities like Miranda Lambert, Lucy Hale, Karen Fairchild, and Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town. Her Nashville studio has always been a welcome place for local performers to find statement, head-turning pieces, but has continued to gain the attention of celebrities and the press.
Most recently, bloggers can’t stop posting about the wedding dress Cavanagh designed for “The Middle” singer Maren Morris, inspired by the bride’s mother’s vintage gown and updated with exquisite, modern details. The singer is a longstanding fan of the designer, wearing another gown Cavanagh designed during her Grammys 2018 performance with Chris Stapleton and Eric Church.
She gained serious attention when the Bachelor Insta-fam gushed over the bodysuit Cavanagh designed for Danielle Maltby, which Maltby wore on the show. Feedback for the leather-top-silk-bottom combo was nothing short of insane, allowing Cavanagh to express her gratitude and commitment to her clients on Yahoo Lifestyle.
Notable headliners like The NY Times, E! News, InStyle, and ELLE continue to rave about Cavanagh’s designs. She was featured in Virtuoso’s Nashville City Guide, Business of Fashion’s editorial on Nashville as America’s next fashion capital, and InStyle’s review of the hottest looks from the CMT Music Awards Red Carpet.
With her name appearing more and more on social media platforms and in the press, Cavanagh Baker is a designer to keep your eye on. Her pieces turn heads and yet are still functional for everyday wear. It’s no wonder women will be clamoring to get their hands on a Cavanagh Baker gown. The good news is her ready-to-wear garments are finally available for purchase on her website www.cavanaghbaker.com.