She’s known for her fashion flair, love of shoes and handbags and joie de vivre attitude. Her ‘look’ is hand-illustrated with a style all her own.
I created the AnnScott character and her sassy signature style over a decade ago. She became a popular fashion figure for a line of limited edition holiday cards and over the years customers have encouraged me to expand my style to more paper products. So in 2009 I launched AnnScott Design at the National Stationery Show in New York. The collection was enthusiastically received as a fresh new way to "write in style" and now AnnScott is available as imprintable invitations, greeting cards and note cards. She also made her European debut with a licensed greeting card line called “Fashion Chic.”
Designing stationery combines my three favorite things: fashion, illustration and stationery. After moving to New York City and getting my master’s degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology, I worked as a fashion designer and illustrator for several design studios including Armani, Anne Klein, and Joseph Abboud. I also taught fashion illustration at Parsons School of Design and before launching AnnScott I was a designer and illustrator for the Bonnie Marcus Collection.