Queen Size Magazine is featuring your favorite boutique. Christine the Owner and Operator is being interviewed by QSM. You can read about Chrisie Styles Boutique on pages 30-33 of the November issue. In the magazine Chris briefly talks about her battle with Breast Cancer. She talks about what made her start a boutique. Also what can people expect to see at the boutique? Christine has lots of big plans for her boutique. This was the first time the boutique had been featured in a magazine. It was an amazing experience. Christine really enjoyed working with QSM and looks forward to a long term business relationship. It was very exciting to see our brand spread across four pages of a major publication.
Queen size Magazine is one of the major publications that highlight news for the plus size community. QSM also discuss health, business, and fashion in general. Tawana Blassingame, Editor in Chief works a fulltime job and is a mother who still finds time for her magazine. The QSM team travels state to state to gather content for the publication. They have been media sponsors for so many events, such as plus size boutiques, plus size fashion shows etc. Most recent event was the 2016 Ms. Philadelphia Full Figured Pageant.
Ms. Blassingame and her Executive Director and is also ther in house photographer Philip Drew of PDrewphotography presented our model call back in August. We selected four beautiful plus size models to showcase our brand. All of the models did an amazing job. The models were courteous and professional. Chris was a bit apprehensive at first. But when she saw the proofs, she knew that working with Queen Size Magazine and PDPhotography was the best decision she could have made for her brand. Tawana and Phil helped Chris to realize that just because she isn’t modeling all the clothes, doesn’t mean she’s not face of her business. Chrisie always wanted to be the only one to model her collections. After working with these two she now knows the value in adding diversity to her online store. Plus size women want to see the garments on women with different sizes and shapes.