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Her namesake brand, which received high honors, was developed when she was still attending Savannah College of Art & Design, where she earned her fashion degree in 2014. The all-black senior collection, inspired by Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven” received many honors upon its debut, including coverage in Women’s Wear Daily and Fashionista.
Three pieces from the collection were selected to walk in the juried 2014 SCAD Fashion Showcase, and was then chosen for display at the SCAD Savannah campus for an entire year. In 2015, the collection walked in the first-ever SCAD Fashion Showcase Hong Kong. Select pieces were then chosen to be displayed at the SCAD FASH Museum in Atlanta, with one look presented alongside the work of Oscar de la Renta upon the Museum’s opening.
Before starting her first design studio in 2016, Cavanagh worked in Reebok’s athletic design department in Boston. At 25, Cavanagh’s success in fashion at such a young age is credited to her eye for bold but classic silhouettes and unique, sophisticated fabrics, sourced from France, Italy, and Spain.
Cavanagh’s designs are featured in her atelier in Nashville, TN, which has drawn attention for its eye-catching boutique front. She warmly welcomes clients, who are often seen shopping her collections, being fitted for custom designs, and catching first glimpses of Cavanagh’s limited edition, made-to-order garments.
She continues to gain momentum and notice as a rising luxury designer. She has dressed top recording artists such as Maren Morris, Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town, and Miranda Lambert.
Until recently, Cavanagh’s designs have only been available exclusively at her atelier in Nashville. Cavanagh has since launched a direct-to-consumer ecommerce strategy to establish herself as a strong online brand. Her new collection offers a ready-to-wear line composed of classic silhouettes and unique, sophisticated fabrics.
Luxury, drama and glamour are the visual hallmarks of the designs of Cavanagh Baker. She designs everyday wear for women who still practice the fine art of dressing.