ABOUT

For over 20 years Jason Kieck gowns have attracted clients from all over the world who have come to him looking for something completely unique.   Two Miss Worlds and 10 Miss South Africa’s have been dressed by Jason Kieck.

Couture designer of wedding gowns, bridesmaid’s dresses, Mother of the bride and groom, flower girl’s dresses, occasion wear, matric and evening gowns, all with a timeless elegance are created at his studio. Each dress is hand crafted, sculpted and fitted to perfection to create a gown that is luxurious, show stopping and memorable.

We offer couture design consultations and bespoke gowns to allow our clients the opportunity to be a part of the designing of their dream gown. Appointments and fittings are by appointment and take place at our Studio. For your convenience, Skype interviews and consultations are also available to our international customers. Part of a service we pride ourselves in providing, is creating gowns for clients that are based all over the world.

I have known Jason for 5 years as a concerned citizen, exemplary supporter of charities, particularly health and cancer, and as a designer. His yearly fashion extravaganzas,  the last three as a fundraiser for the NGO I represent, have been successively larger and more adventurous each time. His events have become the most important social event of the annual Port Elizabeth calendar, showcasing  not only the diverse designs and showmanship of Jason Kieck, but giving charitable institutions an important opportunity to make their voice heard.

Jason Kieck  continues to amaze me with his dedicated determination to improve peoples lives, by contributing to society, through his visionary fashion designs.

Cole Cameron

The Igazi Foundation

I had fun working with Jason and Loved some of the amazing creations I have worn from him, he is a very talented designer and a lovely person to work with.

Cindy Nell-Roberts

On behalf of the Born Free Foundation at Shamwari Game reserve I would truly like to thank you for choosing the Born Free Foundation as one of your charities for the Born To Smile fundraiser held at the Feather Market Hall on the 5th November 2011.

The funds raised for the foundation will go along way in helping look after the 15 leopards and lions that have been rescued from appalling conditions all over the world and brought to this wonderful sanctuary for them to live out the rest for their days, after been so mistreated.

The sanctuary would not be able to operate without the kindness of small business operators such as Jason Kieck’s designs and all the time and effort they put into organising such a spectacular event that not only raised money for the foundation but gets the word out to other organisations about the work been done by our charity.

Jason you are a truly talented designer and it was such a privilege to work with you and Sandra.

We can’t thank you enough and its people like you that make the world a better place and if the cats could thank you they would.

Abagail Gardiner

Born Free Foundation

The bi-annual Jason Kieck Fashion Show has grown to be one of Nelson Mandela Bay’s most renowned charitable fund raisers. This year’s event was no exception with the BORN TO SMILE charity event which raised funds for two charitable causes on 5 November.

The beneficiaries this year were Shamwari’s BORN FREE FOUNDATION as well as the OPERATION SMILE Hospice. Shamwari’s BORN FREE FOUNDATION is an animal welfare organisation with two big cat rescue and education centres headed up by Abigail Gardiner. OPERATION SMILE is a hospice for terminally ill children in Port Elizabeth run by Ruth Nesbit.

The venue once again was the Feather Market Centre in the heart of the Metro and formalities were led by Cindy Nell (Miss South Africa 2002) and Worm (The Finkelsteins), who provided comedic banter as they hosted proceedings through the glamorous evening.

Magnetic Storm was the technical sponsor for the evening, providing sound, lighting and AV – enhancing the elegant feel of the black tie event.

In 2009, Magnetic Storm sponsored technical services for the same event in support of the Isithembiso Babies Home. We were proud to be associated with this charitable function once again this year, with a sponsorship of over R25000 in technical equipment and services on the evening.

Glenn van Eck

Magnetic Storm