SHEILA FRANK is a women’s ready to wear brand handmade in Pennsylvania. The Company was Established in 2008. The Bridal Collection launched in 2015. Sheila believes in quality over quantity. The collections are not mass produced and are available at the flagship location. Most garments are made-to-order.
Be kind. Sheila is interested in sustainable fashion and utilizes scraps from previous cut pieces to put together collections. The company does not use leather or fur in the collections.
Be real. Sheila adores all woman and believes in celebrating a healthy body image.
Be You. Sheila has a custom clientele specializing in bridal and eveningwear.
SHEILA FRANK founder Sheila Kauffman was born in the suburbs of Philadelphia and relocated to Central Pennsylvania in her teen years. The company is named after her maiden name. Sheila studied dance for two decades where she fell in love with costume and design.
Sheila interned for Charlotte Ronson in NYC and graduated from Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia with a BFA in Fashion Design. As an artist, fashion is her medium and she carefully involves herself in every step of the design process from origination to execution.
Kaelin Clements graduated from Stevenson University and interned for Chesapeake Shakespeare in the Costuming Department. Upon receiving her BSA in Fashion Design, Kaelin began her own Alterations business which she ran out of Love & Lace Bridal Shop in Annapolis, MD. Kaelin joined SHEILA FRANK in May 2018. She specializes in retro styles as well as custom design and upcycles. She is a true artist in every sense of the word.
At a very young age, Sheila's parents taught her to be grateful and to always give back. In 2015 Sheila launched the #BUYateeGIVEonefree campaign with the company's logo tee shirts. When you purchase a SHEILA FRANK logo tee, we will donate to someone in need. Local organization Bethesda Mission agreed to accept the tee shirt donations for this on going project. Sheila has donated over 100 plain tee shirts to Bethesda Mission and plans to continue this project. Bethesda Mission has been providing hope and healing to hurting and homeless people in the Greater Harrisburg area since 1914. Please visit there website to see ways that you can help: www.bethesdamission.org