Nancy Volpe-Beringer — a Drexel alum and the in-house designer at Joan Shepp — created Whack’s stunning Grammy dress/coat combo by printing a painting by local artist Liz Goldberg on a floor-length gown. Her other offerings are made from shiny fabrics in dramatic shapes.Read More
Over 30 designs from professional and hobbyist designers will be featured in the annual event, including six designs from acclaimed red-carpet designer and show director, Nancy Volpe Beringer.
For the Grammys, she wore a rainbow-colored, faux-fur coat over a full-length dress. The dress was basically an original art print — layered with fabrics such as organza that gave it a three-dimensional quality. Nancy Volpe Beringer designed the ensemble. She’s a recent graduate of Drexel University’s fashion program. At 64, she’s is making a name for herself — much like Whack.Read More
Philadelphia Eagles fan and fashion designer Nancy Volpe Beringer places a small dressmaker's form with an outfit she says she made and would like to give Eagles' Nick Foles daughter, Lily, on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Wednesday Feb. 7, 2018, in Philadelphia. A parade and celebration honoring the Eagles' Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots is scheduled for Thursday.Read More