Stacey Caldwell

Caldwell Creative Owner, Founder

Caldwell Creative was founded by Stacey Caldwell in October of 2015.  

Caldwell Creative is focused on helping both established and emerging fashion designers with product development and business strategies including both domestic and international sales plans, collection merchandising, e-commerce design, direct-to-consumer marketing, creative content establishment, and retail partnership evaluation.  

Prior to launching Caldwell Creative, Stacey worked for over 15 years in both fashion wholesale and merchandising. Most recently, Stacey worked for eight years as the Vice President of Global Wholesale and Merchandising for Thakoon LLC.  Stacey is the co-author of the New York Times Best Selling fashion parody Where's Karl?.  

Stacey is a founding member and currently sits on the board of Project Paz, a New York non-profit organization, benefitting children through the arts in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. She is also on the advisory board for the Latin American Fashion Summit and served as a speaker and judge for the Pitch to LAFS in 2018.

Stacey is CID certified in interior decorating and takes on interior projects on a consulting basis.

Stacey now resides in Brooklyn, New York with her husband, Javier Gonzalez, a film producer, and her sons--Oliver and Rex.

Daniella Shevel, Gelareh Mizrahi, Kal Rieman, María José, Manning Cartell, Marina Moscone, Marisa Witkin, Stalvey, and The House of Fluff are among the current clients of Caldwell Creative.