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L.Janel's Closet Ceo -South Philadelphia native, Ligne Meadows, is an entrepreneur who graduated from Girls High School and attended LaSalle University. She originally began her career, at the age of 14, working with youth under different organizations including Youth Works, The Free Library, The YMCA, The Please Touch Museum, City Year and Finally The School District of Philadelphia. After 11 years of working directly with children and completing 1700 hours of community service, she decided to take on a new path and create a career where she could work for herself and build her own empire.


In 2014, Ligne combined her big passion for creativity with her even bigger shopping habit!  She collected all of her new and gently used items from her closet and resold them.  It was a success! After creating a buzz about “What is L.Janel’s Closet?”  Ligne founded L.Janel’s Closet (LJC), an online consignment boutique, retailing women’s fashions andaccessories.


In 2015, Ligne received overwhelming responses from clients who also wanted custom items so she decided to start a new branch of service and developed All Custom Everything a full service printing company specializing in individual and bulk custom items such as cups, shirts, window displays and more.


 By incorporating her personal design, style andcreativity into the boutique’s inventory, the Chief Brand Designer decided to convert her company into a complete Unisex apparel and lifestyle brand:


With the support of her clientele, Ligne and L.Janel’s Closet has become a citywide staple in community service efforts and activism within the City of Philadelphia.  LJC has active sponsorships with local events and programs such as Women’s History Month with Unity in the Community, IamBumi, The Annual Thanksgiving Giveback andAutism Speaks, just to name a few. 


Ms. Meadows is a philanthropist in the community, fashion icon, traveler, and volunteer. She does it all! For the latest collections, styles, events and to see who has been #SpottedInStyle, follow @LJanelsCloset on Instagram /Facebook and Twitter.

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2018 Leading Ladies Award Recipient


This award is presented to Ladies who exemplify grace, love andcompassion.  


The 2018 Leading Lady Award, is presented to twenty-five women, who represent those who serve the faith based, work in community activism, local government, business andorganizations.

"I’ve known Ligne Meadows for over 10 years and have watched her grow to become successful and highly sought after business owner.  Her entrepreneurial spirit, attention to detail,  commitment to exceeding customer expectations, and community engagement, is the reason I trust and recommend Ligne for any project size. She is a born leader, an incredibly hard worker, and an asset to any environment."


                                    -Kareem Thomas CFO

American Reading Company

"I have known her for majority of her life. She is a business woman, mentor and philanthropist. She has supported my organization in many capacity. She is truly an asset to my childrens program ODUNDE365. By working one on one with the children, she gives them an up-close peronal view on what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Ligne is truly an asset to my organization and will continue to be a positive impact on our community."



-Oshunbumi Fernandez-West


Odunde 365

" It is an absolute pleasure to be able to share some kind words about a person as kind as Ligne Meadows.  In my 10 years of knowing Ligne, I have seen her work tirelessly on different task - including her own entrepreneurial endeavors - all while remaining professional and consistent in her efforts.  Ligne is a natural born leader but does not let that interfere with her eagerness to continuously learn and grow both personally and professionally.  If I had to think of two words to describe Her it would be High Quality.  I have witnessed Ligne, first-hand,  deal with adverse situations with both tact and poise.  I have full confidence that Ligne Meadows will be an asset and will immediately impact any work environment where she is allowed to contribute and grow."


-Ron McGee


School District of Philadelphia

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