Jennifer Lynne, designer of Porcelynne Lingerie has a good grip on lace and on life.

Jennifer Lynne, Florida girl-turned-West Coaster came to San Francisco by way of New York, where she attended school in fashion design and settled into intimate apparel as she saw it as something new and a fun challenge. Jennifer had since been in San Francisco for seven years with her lingerie designs that are featured in countless Indie design shops and publications. 
She has also recently written her own publication, a book titled Fashion Unraveled: How to Start, Run and Manage an Independent Fashion Label, giving helpful business advice. She’s also got some good tips on life; “Stay true to your vision and your goals, but allow yourself to detour. My biggest learning experiences have been when things didn't go as planned.”
Jennifer is no stranger to big accomplishments and drive. Aside from her successful line she has also opened a shop, started hosting of an event networking group, published a business plan, created a computer program for number-crunching, and done it all with style and self-assurance. Jennifer’s take on accomplishments - “If you want something done, get it done. Fail is not a bad word unless you don't try again. I have failed hundreds of times, but I have never let that get in the way of what I wanted to achieve.” 
And Jennifer has been lending a lot of poise and confidence to women everywhere with her fresh designs. Her trademark line of super-comfy boyshorts (now made from the finest micro-bamboo/spandex blend) prove this - a sexy woman is one who is headstrong, determined, classy, and comfortable being herself.
Jennifer is currently living in Los Angeles, and teaching at the Fashion Institute where she specializes in classes on draping, sewing, and pattern drafting.
Porcelynne Lingerie designs can be purchased through Etsy, the increasingly well-known go-to place for fans of indie designers, as well as many San Francisco boutiques and other online stores.

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Find Jennifer’s book, Fashion Unraveled: How to Start, Run and Manage an Independent Fashion Label at and on

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