Angelina De Jesus Solomon


Angelina graduated from Bay State College in 2008 with a degree in Fashion Design, while completing an internship with Newbury Tailoring. Over the course of her career, she has worked for a number of renowned designers including Joseph Abboud, PMK Design, Alexander's Bridal Boutique, and Brahmin.


On September 28, 2013, Angelina made her Boston Fashion Week debut, unveiling her Casa De Angelina 2013 Fall/Winter Collection at the Boston Winery. Since then, Angelina has shown two collections each year (Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer) at venues across New England. These collections are available for sale on her website – In addition, Angelina creates custom evening wear pieces for her clientele – which includes national and local celebrities.


In March 2016, Angelina was chosen to become one of the designers of NineteenthAmendment in partnership with Macy’s. In December 2016, Angelina entered into an agreement with a noted manufacturer in Los Angeles, CA to produce her ready-to-wear collections at scale. These are available through fine retailers and boutiques, as well as direct on the website.


Angelina is very involved in charitable work in the community. She has created collections for several charities to drive fund raising, but her special focus has been on the “Our Children Our Future” organization. This charity sends school supplies and economic assistance to needy children in the Cape Verde Islands. December 2016 Ms. Angelina was nominated for Boston's best evening fashion designer at the Boston's fashion awards.

May 2017, Casa De Angelina joined I M Boston. You can now visit their website and buy the latest collection as well. September 2017 Angelina created a collection for "Our Children Our Future" organization and raised over $2,000. A week later Casa De Angelina was part of Catwalk for BMC Cancer Care. This event raised more than $350,000 for BMC's Cancer Care Center.
2017-2019 Angelina went back to school full time for Graphic Design and graduated June 1st 2019 in hopes that this degree would help her in Massachusetts, since Fashion for her would be best in NYC.