Stay fierce, my friends.
Prince Street is a Brooklyn, NY-based fashion company that gives classic silhouettes a modern edge for teens and young women. The coordinated pieces let young fashion standouts create hip and chic looks for any season. The premiere collection gives a nod to denim, a fabric that never goes out of style, and classic blouses in chambray, rayon and a white cotton blend that are embellished with poet sleeves, over the top bows and Mandarin collars; the chic pencil pant, blazer, vest dress and flirty skirt, jazzed by a hooded dress in splattered-paint prints as well as plaids and patchwork.
Prince Street Brooklyn is designed by a stylist who needed fashionable yet appropriate outfits for her teen daughter to wear to school and acting auditions. Find out more …
Mindchild of Sheneen Zee
For the last decade, wardrobe stylist Sheneen Zee has played a major role on fashion teams working in television advertising, celebrity styling, music videos, editorials and fashion shows. Sheneen’s projects have included work with vocalists Whitney Houston, Jill Scott, Wynonna Judd and Melanie Fiona, Kathy Bates, Gabourey Sidibe and Sherri Shepherd. Her magazine work includes Ebony, Figure Essence and Diane. She has also lent her talents to Pennington’s, a premiere Canadian retailer, and has worked on Vanity Fair for the Queen Latifah line. Sheneen has also worked with style director Lynda Johnson of KidstyleSource.com. With the introduction of Prince Street Brooklyn, Sheneen has come full circle in the world of fashion – from the mannequin to the maker, stylist to style innovator.
Recognize the Face?
Sheneen’s daughter, teen actress/singer Troi Zee, serves as the face of the Prince Street brand. Her acting credits include Sesame Street, PBS Kids, Reading Rainbow, South Pacific National Tour, Nickelodeon and the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. An honor student in school, Troi’s other recent projects include the independent films 1982 and Advantageous.