EXPLORE THE BEST OF THE MODA JUMBO FASHION COLLECTIONS.
José Jhan is a Dominican designer specialized in menswear bespoke tailoring. He is a graduate from the Chavón School of Design, who gained recognition during the Dominican fashion event DominicanaModa, earning several awards, including Best Collection in 2012. His designs have graced prestigious red carpets worldwide, worn by celebrities such as Juan Luis Guerra, and he has had more than 8 collections at Moda Jumbo.
Jose's take on the “Retrospective”, was his 2017 collection, featuring closetbasic for a man’s wardrobe in neutral colors, khaki, white, black, and navy.
Sully is a Dominican designer who emigrated to the US, graduated from Parsons School of Design in New York, and embarked on a fashion career under the guidance of Oscar de la Renta.
He is also the founder and creative director of his own brand, Sully Bonnelly. He has had 7 collections for Moda Jumbo and for his "Retrospective" his use of daring printsand mix and match pieces was prominent.
For over 40 years, Magaly Tiburcio, has poured her talent into fashion. With a meticulous diligence, this Dominican designerstrives to capture women’s strength and femininity in her creations. As a visionary, she brings a new meaning to elegance, which, according to her, is merely synonymous with the confidence that the wearer of her pieces exudes.
Clean lines, purple, and floral elements define this collection, and highlightsa harmonious blend of elegance and self-confidence were key elements to her retrospective collection.
With his refined and avant-garde style, Julio Marcano continually reinvents his designs while preserving their minimalist essence. He is a graduate of Parsons School of Design in New York and of the Chavón School of Design, where he has returned as the director of the fashion department. In 2010, under the brand name Gutiérrez Marcano, he joined Moda Jumbo.
The latter inspired the pieces in the Retrospective, highlighting the use of denim as the primary trend of the season.
Dominican fashion is synonymous with the name Jenny Polanco. Her greatest legacy will always be her commitment to promoting Dominican identity through her designs and supporting new talents and artisans.
In 2009, she created her the second collection for ModaJumbowhich focused on supporting local talent. After her passing in 2020, Carla Quiñones, the designer’s daughter, and the brand CEO recalled that “at the time, she never imagined being able to create designer fashion for a mass audience.”
The enduring legacy of Jenny Polanco, the queen of linen and amber, lives on through fashion and Dominican art and in every piece of this retrospective, even though she is no longer with us.
Leonel Lirio, a celebrated fashion designer with a 30-year career, is well-known for creating magnificent gowns for beauty queens and public figures in show business.
In 2006, he presented the first collection forModa Jumbo, “Orgullo de Nuestra Moda”, featuring Dominican "ready to wear" pieces of clothing and this partnership has endured for 14 years. His "Retrospective" collection is a testament of hisexperience and displays classic, very feminine designswith a black and white color palette.