Fashion and lifestyle designer, Diana Warner, who made it big in the fashion world, wants every woman to feel important and beautiful. Born in Knoxville, TN, Diana goes between her energetic homes in NYC and Tennessee.Her shop in NYC caught the attention of the stylist for the hit television series “Gossip Girl” who outfitted the cast with Diana’s beautiful designs. Diana Warner NYC is a celeb favorite worn on red carpets around the world. Her famous celebrity fans include Blake Lively, Faith Hill and Angelina Jolie. With her Tennessee roots, she encourages women to live their best lives and celebrate together.
We will also have an educational presentation, ‘What’s on the* Menu’ by our luncheon sponsor, Jerry Berg. Jerry is a retirement plan counselor at Capital Group, home of American Funds.
And, we will also spotlight the nonprofit organization, Dress for Success Nashville. The mission for Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Networking time is built into the agenda as well. Lunch and beverages will be served.
About Our Speaker
Artist and designer, Diana Warner, has been creating art since her childhood in Tennessee. Warner’s southern roots are reflected in her designs through her use of natural, approachable elements and through her laid-back and relatable personality.
In 2005, after completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in both painting and another in drawing, Warner launched an accessories brand called, Diana Warner Studio. The Diana Warner design studio once located in Knoxville, Tennessee was relocated to the Gramercy Park neighborhood in the heart of Manhattan. The studio catered to over 700 stores worldwide, each piece of Diana Warner jewelry and accessories was handcrafted with passion, all from this studio on 21st street directly off Park Avenue. Since launching in 2005 Warner’s designs continue to grace the red carpet at nearly every major awards show and at countless movie premieres.
This roster has made Warner’s designs highly sought after and widely popular. Along with celebrity and TV appearances her designs can also be found in high-end publications like “Marie Claire,” “Lucky,” “Good Housekeeping “ and “Vogue.”