Christina Caruso
Fashion & Accessories Design Guru

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Christina Caruso Career Bio and Contact


Christina Caruso is a sought-after fashion accessory designer, creative director, and TV personality. By leading an engaging and healthy lifestyle she instills warmth and wisdom into visual narratives.  

Overflowing with creativity from an early age, Christina always wanted to work in fashion. Her journey began while in high school through a design internship with the famed Isaac Mizrahi. Soon after, she enrolled in the Parsons School of Design to pursue a formal education in fashion design.

Following Parsons, Christina founded her namesake accessory line, which included boldly designed fashion jewelry and hand-knitted handbags. Her work caught the eye of visionary costume designer Patricia Field, who styled many of Christina's accessories on Sarah Jessica Parker in the hit TV series Sex and the City. Christina's line was featured in many high fashion magazines and was sold at coveted stores such as Henri Bendel, and Fred Segal. 

Her career blossomed with opportunities to collaborate with major brands, and she inspired others as a style/beauty spokesperson for TV, Video and Print. She gained additional acclaim as an accessory design contestant on Lifetime’s TV show Project Accessory. 

Christina continued on to work as Design Director for Isaac Mizrahi for Liz Claiborne, Isaac Mizrahi Collection, IM Live lines for QVC, and at Banana Republic for jewelry and sunglasses.

In 2016 Christina co-founded AWE (Awesome Women Entrepreneurs), a networking platform that empowers women.

She has recently worked as a design educator at Parsons, a collaborator on Elizabeth Kennedy on ss/17, and as the QVC on air guest and creative director for the Judith Ripka brand.

 

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Christina is active in her role as cofounder of AWE, and as social media and TV Personality.

Through these platforms she shares her creative insights on design, fashion, and leading a healthy lifestyle as a new mother. 

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