In April 2013, Indonesian American fashion designer Stacy Stube moved to Bali, Indonesia. Influenced by the beautiful artistry and craftsmanship of the island, Stacy went on to establish Elsa Fitzgerald, a modern vintage brand of evening wear that combines the aesthetics of 1920's glamour with traditional Balinese bridal wear.
Stacy studied on the Master’s program New Creative Ventures at London Business School while completing a Master’s in Fashion Entrepreneurship from the London College of Fashion. Stacy has spent 17-years working in the fashion industry between the US, Europe and Asia for brands such as Burberry, Alexander McQueen, Temperley London, Club Monaco and Hugo Boss.
The designer has returned to her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland to revive the garment industry through her work between the University of Baltimore Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation and the Maryland Historical Society - Costumes Archives.