Vintage camper brings one-of-a-kind fashion to Nocatee

Angie Pisacane, a Jacksonville resident, has always had a passion for being creative. From a young age, she was sewing, creating clothes, making jewelry and exploring all of the ways she could handcraft things. It was not until her adult years that she realized she could take her love of creativity and turn it into a business.

Pisacane grew up on the coast of New Jersey but moved to St. Augustine to attend Flagler College, where she received a degree in business. She also went on to receive a degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan, but decided to bring her beachy/boho style to the North Florida area.

Just before the pandemic struck last spring, Pisacane launched The Fashion Camper, a pink, vintage camper that travels to pop-up markets in St. Johns County to display Pisacane’s one-of-a-kind work. She said The Fashion Camper was something that was years in the making. Pisacane did not want to take the traditional route by displaying her work in a typical storefront, but instead create a traveling boutique that could more accurately give off the style she was hoping for.

At The Fashion Camper, which pops up most regularly at the Nocatee Farmers Market, Pisacane sells her handcrafted jewelry, clothing, wearable artwork and other mixed-media creations. She enjoys the organic experiences that popping-up at these markets can create, and the people she meets.

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