Upon completion of her degree in Fashion Design from Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandise (FIDM), Kristi Brooks worked in the wardrobe departments for celebrity entertainment programs such as Entertainment Tonight and The Insider as well as The Hallmark Channel network. In addition, Kristi has been a style contributor for E! News and TV Guide Channel, along with several local network morning shows.
Combining her love for high-fashion glamour and the excitement of Hollywood, Kristi began celebrity dressing for prime time TV shows and big budget movies. Working with designers such as: Roberto Cavalli, Dior, Versace, Missoni, Fendi and Marchesa, Kristi has built a strong relationship with the world's leading fashion houses. For the last four years, Kristi has been dressing actress Sharon Stone with her work appearing in InStyle, People, Entertainment Weekly, US Weekly, Ebony and More magazine.
I recently had the good fortune to sit down with Bloomingdale's dynamic Fashion Director, Stephanie Solomon and pick her brain about fall trends. Aside from being one of the most down to earth and relatable women in the industry, Stephanie's vast kno... Go to Article
Fashion's biggest and best spring collections are luminous this season with the popularity of a bold, bright color palette. But, keep in mind fashionistas, there are a few tricks to pulling off this trend to avoid looking like a bad 1980s spring brea... Go to Article
Just in time for all the scrumptious Spring fashions, Neiman Marcus has launched an interactive mobile challenge with SCVNGR, the social game all about going places, completing challenges, earning rewards and, in this case, engaging with products in ... Go to Article
Head-to-toe white is a look that has been feared by many a woman every time those warmer months roll around. But rest assured ladies, there is a way to wear this trend without feeling like your whole body is magnified!
The best bet to pulling off... Go to Article
Dior's Fall 2011 Ready to Wear Show was anything but ordinary. In light of John Galliano's disappointing scandal and dismissal as head designer on March 1, the Dior show went on as planned...well, almost.
Before the show began, Dior President Sy... Go to Article
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