Where my (PR) Girls At?
If you’re feeling pulled toward a career in fashion or lifestyle PR, come on in! You’re one of us! Welcome home, babe.
Now, this industry IS fast-paced, always evolving and highly competitive. But you’re up for the challenge, right?
With PR Couture you get a crash course on everything they don’t teach you in school – including how to ace your job interviews, move up quickly and make a name for yourself.
This is the inside track. Hop on and let’s see what magic we can create together.
Our proven method to get you hired, faster
Personal Branding + PR Skills + Career Networking
Cast a spell on your career
just follow the path, sweet cheeks
1. slay your next job interview
2. Your Guidebook, madam
“Ready to Launch: The PR Couture Guide to Breaking into Fashion PR,” is our signature career guide, written by PR Couture Founder Crosby Noricks in 2012. To date, it has been read by thousands of aspiring communication professionals. You should be one of them. The book features real examples of brave young women charting their career in fashion PR, interview questions to prep for, a glossary of industry terms to know, and a TON of tips to make it easier for you to chart your own success story.
3. Entry Level + In Demand
PRISM is our signature, confidence-boosting self-study (DIY) online program designed to get you more deeply ready for your dream career. You’ll refine and express your personal branding, upgrade your PR skills and define your career path. Receive a certificate of completion and entry into our Alumni network for ongoing peer mentorship, job, intern and volunteer opportunities that never make it onto the internet, and so much love.
Love you mean it
A few popular articles to get you started
10 out of the box job ideas (for pr Majors and Grads)
Written by Crosby Noricks
If you’re anything like me, you chose your college major with a vague understanding of what job opportunities were out there. You thought, “I’ll graduate and then get a job doing PR for a company or I’ll work for an agency and do PR for lots of different companies.” Done.
The good news is that yes, you can absolutely do that. However, there are heaps of other jobs out there that align wonderfully with your PR training.
5 reasons your retail job is great PR career prep
Written by Brittany Lamp
It’s been almost a year since I joined the #BeachHouseGirl gang, and, well…it feels right.
While it sometimes seems like I’m swimming leagues behind a sea of girl bosses who have been in this industry for years, a PR girl knows how to spin a story for the benefit of its readers. FACT: Working in the sales industry helped me transition to a social media specialist, and here’s how:
4 Truths about working in PR (They don't teach these in school)
Written by Rebekah Epstein
I think PR is one of the most misunderstood industries. Every time I tell someone that I am a publicist, they aren’t quite sure what my tasks entail. Yes, they have heard the word before, but it is almost like an ambiguous buzzword.
When I made the decision to go into PR, my perception of PR only included fabulous parties and 3-hour client lunches.
Hi Kitten, my name is Crosby.
I started PR Couture because I wanted a dedicated place online to share and connect with others working in fashion/lifestyle PR. And because frankly, I wasn’t getting that warm fuzzy feeling when I tried to connect with publicists for career insight or support.
Public relations is built on relationships, and it’s become my mission to ensure that through PR Couture, our programs, courses and community, you never feel invisible or without the expert-level advice and insight you need to excel in your career.
Consider me in your corner as of right now. Reach out anytime firstname.lastname@example.org