Jeury Rosario
Jeury Rosario

Dominican Republic native Jeury Rosario has been dressing some of the most beautiful women in the world. His clients are beauty queens and showbiz starlets - Susie Castillo, Miss USA 2003; Amelia Vega, Miss Universe 2003 and Paola Rey, Colombian actress, model and Icon.


Making women more beautiful is easy for Jeury Rosario. His custom and couture dressses and gowns are absolutely gorgeous. He's a skilled craftsman specializing in fit and detailing using the most luxurious fabric and trims.


Born in Dominican Republic, his mother, he says, is his inspiration and source of strength. It was through her efforts that Jeury Rosario arrived in United States and was able to study fashion design. While in college, he worked as an intern at the prestigious Priscilla of Boston.


In 2003 he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree with Department Honors from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. He also studied in France at the Paris Fashion Institute to further develop his skills in haute couture. Jeury Rosario has designed and created illustrations for renowned Alfred Fiandaca.


Jeury's designs have garnered awards and recognition. A white wedding gown from his A Cut Above collection was featured in the Runway Madness Fashion Show at American Textile Museum. He has been featured in Boston Globe, Stuff Magazine, Latin Pride Magazine and Scene Magazine. His gowns have been showcased in Montage.


In 2004, Jeury returned to MassArt with a presentation to show - stopping gowns in the After Dark fashion show to celebrate the opening of the new Pozen Theatre in Boston. Each ensembles presented a symphony in black and white. At MassArt's annual auctions, a custom gown by Jeury Rosario generates a bidding war along with the fine art and sculpture.


Jeury Rosario balances his custom work with clients and his teaching. With each collection and line, this young, humble, determined and unique designer continues to create beautiful clothing for women. He is truly gifted and determined - his mother's strength and example of courage continue to thrust him forward each day.

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