WNBA star launches image consulting company
on Tuesday,August 10,2010 23:08
Adults who wish to pursue a career in personal styling may benefit from a degree in fashion design orfashion merchandising. These professionals often work with high-profile clients who want custom outfits that complement their personality.
For example, image consulting and personal styling firm 4 Season Style Management will present a style installation at their invitation-only fashion show event. The show represents the launch of the firm, which was created by WNBA All Star Cappie Pondexter and her business partner and celebrity stylist, Lisa Smith-Craig. The firm caters to athletes, celebrities and everyday people who are looking to improve their image. Their services include styling for print, commercial, fashion shows, red carpet, special occasions and personal shopping.
"I love the art of fashion, the textures, the look of it, just like music, I eat, sleep and breathe fashion," said Pondexter.
The show will be hosted by super model Jessica White, and celebrities, as well as press will be present for the event. Designers such as ala Disposition, Jose Duran, Ivana Helsinki, Ben-Amun, Charles Alpert and Guillaume Hinfray will display their fashions in the show.
Attendees of the event will be treated to music by DJ Fadelf and DJ Eque, as well as gift bags with items from Ambi, Dr. Miracles, Marie Deneen Skincare, Sui Tsai Jewelry, Hair Rules, Atlantic Records and the WNBA.
Professional stylists and individuals in related fields held about 22,700 jobs during the 2008 fiscal year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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