Destined to be a fashion designer, four-year-old Stacy Igel outfitted her classmates and staged fashion shows in her pre-K classroom. After cutting her teeth with iconic mega-brands and personalities such as Izod, Elie Tahari, Zandra Rhodes and Elsa Klensch, Stacy Igel founded Boy Meets Girl®, an edgy yet wearable, stylish yet casually classic young contemporary brand.
Boy Meets Girl has been featured in publications like InStyle, Teen Vogue, Lucky, People, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, WWD and the New York Times. The brand has been appeared on the racks of countless specialty and department stores worldwide including Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdales, Saks and Fred Segal. You’ve probably seen the brand on shows like Gossip Girl, Vampire Diaries, Beverly Hills 90210 and New Girl, and on high-profile fashionistas like Eva Mendes, Rachel Bilson, Taylor Momsen, Anne Hathaway, Nina Dobrev, Rosario Dawson and Kristen Bell. The brand is the official staff uniform for the exclusive members-only club, The SoHo House.
Igel is currently Boy Meets Girl’s Creative Director. She is also the producer and host of Behind the Seams with Stacy Igel on Lockerz.com, where she is the site’s Chief Fashion Editor and Stylist. Igel has received several design awards and honors, and is a frequent lecturer and panelist on subjects including social media, branding and entrepreneurship in fashion. Igel has personally shopped and styled for celebrity clientele around the world and she continues to mentor young designers and advocate for charitable causes. She has teamed up with Bloomingdales and teen celebrity Sammi Hanratty to fight bullying in schools and has collaborated with Urban Outfitters and the Young Survival Coalition to fight breast cancer.
World Liberty TV was on hand to cover The Boy Meets Girl Fashion Show with live performances by Wyclef Jean, Grammy Award Winning Artist, as well as upcoming artists Cris Cab and Jarina De Marco.