The innovation/action isn’t just in NYC this September! Nineteenth Amendment has joined forces with Pittsburgh Fashion Week (#pghfw) to make four emerging designer brands’ collections shoppable straight from the runway Thursday 9/20 in a see-now-buy-now digital and in-person experience Four selected brands will be powered by Nineteenth Amendment’s Smart PLM technology which enables brands to sell direct to consumer without having to hold inventory and then get sold pieces sustainably made with a dedicated network of partner USA based manufactures.

Get an early look at the four participating PGHFW brands and make sure to like Nineteenth Amendment’s Facebook page to watch the shoppable live streamed runway shows September 19th when their collections launch directly from the runway for pre-order.


Elaine Healy

Elaine Healy PGHFW

Elaine is an American fashion & apparel designer based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. With dual Bachelors degrees in Fashion Design & Printmaking, she is interested in the intersection of personal style & fine art. Elaine will be collaborating on a collection with King Reld for the 2018 PFR Runway.

Follow her #PGHFW journey @elainehealy.atelier

King Reld by Sarah Sindler

King Reld PGHFW

KING RELD’s Sarah Sindler is a metalsmith and designer who graduated with a Bachelors from Chatham University. Her work explores how expectations of beauty standards affect consumerist perspectives on luxury and high-end goods.

Follow her #PGHFW journey @kingreld

Mad Recital by Richard Ramirez and Sean Matzus


Mad Recital is an experimental clothing and accessories label, EST. 2010. Designed by power duo Richard Ramirez (Richard Saenz) and Sean E. Matzus, this avant-garde brand focuses on deconstruction, re-purposed garments, handmade techniques, alternative visions of beauty and unconventional designs.

Follow their #PGHFW journey @mad_recital by Oona Nateson


Minimal and modern clothing. Using highlights of embroidery, the collection focuses on interpreting contemporary cuts and styles with Indian textile and fabric. The collection focuses on topics relevant to today such as sustainability, up cycling and the use of natural fiber.

Follow her #PGHFW journey @oonanatesan


All images courtesy of Pittsburgh Fashion Week.