3 Brief Business Lessons from a Celebrity Stylist and Designer
Below are 3 business lessons learned from Fallon Seaborn, Celebrity Fashion Stylist and Designer.
Fallon's business is making others look good through fashion in a way that fits their image and what they're trying to convey.
After the 3 lessons are a link to her website and links to articles I wrote on Fallon.
Disclaimer: Fallon did not pay me or compensate me in any way to write my coverage or opinions.
Lesson 1 Recognize Your Core Strengths
Fallon was hired at age 16 to work at The Broadway in Detroit, Michigan and became the youngest employee to work at the high-end boutique. She was mentored and gained hands-on experience in the world and business of fashion. Her confidence grew and she moved to Los Angeles where clients, including celebrities, have hired her for her styling expertise.
Lesson 2 Leverage the Skills of Others
Entrepreneurs may try to do it all themselves but Fallon has learned to use the skills of accountants, lawyers, and publicists. Her team aids her in making key business decisions and protecting her work. She advises entrepreneurs to make sure they have adequate funding to launch and build a sustainable operation.
Lesson 3 Use Fashion for Confidence
Clothes can create a positive first impression if worn with confidence. Fallon says be yourself and wear fashions that fit you well and enhance your features like eye color and skin tone. Choose the clothing that speaks to your personal brand.
Fallon works with men and women of all backgrounds. Her celebrity clients include Warneisha Wallace, wife of NBA player Gerald Wallace, comedian Kat Williams, and NHRA race car driver Nicole Lyons and former heavyweight champion Tommy Hearns.
Click here for Fallon's website and to view her portfolio and learn more about her business.
My Articles on Fallon - click on the titles below to read articles I've written on Fallon
Fashion stylist Fallon Seaborn takes team approach to running her business
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