About Teachable Clothing’s Creator Nellie Prestwood
She designed Billboard ads for Diane Warren, Motown legend Berry Gordy, Michael Jackson, and other icons like Lionel Richie. In addition, she has left her mark on the world of music fashion. Her list of credits is impressive and includes designing and making a classy wardrobe for the Donna Summer album cover, a self-named title. She also created the blue suede dress on the album cover. She has also designed visual artist and fashion stylist for two-time Pulitzer Prize winner and Oscar nominee Diane Warren and Bob Dylan. Michael also used her talent and skills to curate his 1993 induction into The Guinness World Books of Records Museum on The Hollywood Walk of Fame. As the King of Pop, With exterior poster design, including the interior exhibition displays of the best-selling album, Thriller.
Last, a stylist for a "Prince" working with Prince, a style-setter, and his spin-out group "FAMILY." Her legendary cast of stars includes the Beatles Sir Ringo Starr. She designed his first LaserDisc cover. "Nellie said she felt privileged to have designed and illustrated an album cover for Wynton Marsalis, the first jazz composer to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music, with some of his trumpeter predecessors. As a creative, gifted designer and fashion stylist, Nellie's career stood the test of time and spanned the top entertainment fields for decades.