Celebrity PR

3 Things to Know About Working with Celebrity Stylists

When I first moved to LA, I was helping with… Read more »

Your Guide to Landing Red Carpet, Post-Award Show Fashion PR Coverage

The business of award show fashion is just that, a… Read more »

Jewelry PR Q&A: Rachel Meis, Rachel Meis Communications

Out of her firm’s office in Santa Monica, CA, Rachel… Read more »

Vidicom & InStyler Partner to Create Video Content with Celebrity Stylist Dean Banowetz

The creative folks at Vidicom partnered up with notable celebrity… Read more »

Los Angeles Fashion PR Jobs: Account Executive Positions Available

Desperately seeking your next fashion PR superstar? Just $25 per… Read more »

Fashion Blogger Agents DBA Expand to Europe

DBA, known for their pioneering work representing top fashion bloggers… Read more »

3 Ways Brands Can Make the Most of Celebrity Style During Award Show Season

Any recent Hollywood event can be the catalyst for a… Read more »

Eva Longoria Editorial Leads Haute Living's Rebrand with Digital Storytelling

“Publishers are becoming curators of content rather than simply creators…. Read more »

Fashion PR News: Matchbook Announces New Division to Rep Costume Designers

“We see Costume Designers as the new celebrity spokesperson” –… Read more »

Cause Marketing Event Tips for Fashion Brands

Every day, media receive multiple invites to book showroom appointments,… Read more »

The Rise of the Fashion Film: Armani and Dior Unveiled

After releasing a teaser via Facebook and twitter posts, today Armani unveiled short films statrring Megan Fox and Cristiano Ronaldo, and Dior’s new film starring Jude Law (directed by Guy Ritchie) has more that 200k YouTube views. Of course, not every designer has celebrity glamazons and mega-directors at their disposal – but it does provide enough eye-candy to brainstorm with, yes?