Printfresh was founded in 2016 by textile designer and fashion entrepreneur Amy Voloshin and her husband (and business partner) Leo Voloshin. A majority woman-owned business, Printfresh is a collection of sleepwear and lifestyle items that are inspired by plants, animals, and home décor.
The whimsical and unique designs begin as gouache paintings, which are then translated into digital illustrations. To make our fabrics, the final patterns are hand screen printed or embroidered by our artisan partners in India on 100% GOTS organic cotton. To learn more about how our designs go from print to pajamas, visit our Sustainability page.
From the early days of Amy packing and shipping orders out of her house, Printfresh has grown into a nationally recognized (and loved) sleepwear brand with new collections released monthly. In addition to our online shop, an exclusive Printfresh collection is available at Anthropologie and distributed in select boutiques throughout the country. If you are interested in carrying Printfresh in your store, you can request a wholesale account. In 2021, founders Amy and Leo continued to grow the Printfresh brand through collaborations with brands such as Lokal Hotel and Pencil and Paper Co., creating an ever-widening base of Printfresh enthusiasts. Printfresh plans to continue to bring its unique and whimsical prints to even more home and lifestyle items in 2022 and beyond.
Led by founders Amy and Leo Voloshin, Printfresh has grown thanks to the support of our dedicated and creative team based in Philadelphia, PA.
About Amy Voloshin
Amy Voloshin is a designer, textile master, and fashion entrepreneur.
The daughter of industrial designers, Amy grew up with big goals of her own creative career. After following her artistic dreams and graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in Textiles, Amy honed her design skills early in her career at Urban Outfitters and Free People. She launched Printfresh Studio, a to-the-trade textile design studio, in 2006 at the age of 25. After 15 years of designing prints for the fashion industry, Amy took the leap to create her own lifestyle collection, Printfresh.
Amy lives on an old vineyard with her husband (and business partner) Leo Voloshin, their two children, and their rescue chihuahua Meemo.
About Leo Voloshin
Leo Voloshin is a serial entrepreneur.
He started his career at Johnson & Johnson working on databases for clinical trials. He joined his wife, Amy, as the CEO of their company, Printfresh Studio in 2006. In addition to working on Printfresh with Amy, Leo is passionate about the adaptive reuse of old buildings. Over the last 10 years, he has saved several historic buildings in Philadelphia from demolition, converting them into thriving communities for artists, designers, and small businesses in under-invested neighborhoods.
Leo is an alumnus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst where he earned a BS in Computer Sciences.