I’m thrilled to announce that Legally Vogue has officially launched its new website with yours truly taking over as the Fashion Editor.
Not only have we put together a killer team for this business of fashion resource, but we’ve put together an extremely fun video series called Conversations Over Cocktails. Yes, I said video. And yes, I am awkward on film. You’re welcome.
So what does Legally Vogue offer? This isn’t your typical fashion magazine or style blog – It’s a business resource for people who are involved in fashion or want to join the fashion industry. You’ll find everything from easy-to-understand explanations of copywriting and trademarking, to designer interviews, local event coverage, social media tips, and content suggestions.
Let me take a quick moment to introduce you to the fabulous collection of professionals that we’ve gotten together to contribute to the website.
Brad Carrick is the co-founder of Legally Vogue and the fashion & entertainment law firm Lord Bertram. Not only is he offering legal tidbits on LV, but as a business owner – He’s the CEO of fashion accessories brand Solz – He’s also offering you first had experiences that can help you if launch your own company.
Greg Lemmons is the founder of Lord Bertram and Brad’s partner-in-crime at Legally Vogue. With years of experience in fashion, Greg has worked with companies and brands in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, and New York.
Nishika de Rosairo is the CEO & creative director of avant-garde brand dE ROSAIRO as well as a huge proponent of female entrepreneurs & mentorship programs.
Jill Sifiert is a jack of all fashionable trades – She’s worked for heritage brands like Ferragamo & Versace, teaches at the Academy of Arts, is a personal stylist, and runs a podcast interview series called On Style With Jill Sifiert.
So head over to Legally Vogue and check out what this amazing group of professionals has to offer!