Genevieve Pearson displayed her design inclinations as early as the age of five: she would cut up her mother’s designer gowns and shape them into new creations. Genevieve followed her dream of becoming a fashion designer and has vowed to repay her mom with a gown worthy of a Queen. She attended Richard Robinson, an “Haute Couture” school in Ottawa, Ontario and subsequently obtained a Bachelor of Design from Ryerson University in Toronto. Her graduating collection was featured in Holt Renfrew, a major high-end Canadian retailer, located in Yorkville, Toronto.
Stanley Capobianco comes from a long line of fashion connoisseurs. His mother runs a successful embroidery business in the United States to this day. His father is a business man in the Greater Toronto Area and Stanley shares in his entrepreneurial spirit. With a keen eye for detail and a clear vision in mind, Stanley is eager to construct a new future for the Canadian fashion world as we know it.
Genevieve and Stanley merged their respective talents to create Jameson Kane – a name that signifies refined and sophisticated tastes of the elite, and is defined by its strength and resilience as a Canadian brand. Based out of Toronto Fashion Incubator (TFI), Jameson Kane was launched as one of the top contestants in Toronto’s renowned New Labels design competition.