Clairemont Selected for Talbolts/Oprah Magazine Campaign
Polka dots, panache and pinning a new job!
This spring, Talbots teamed up with Oprah Magazine to launch a special capsule collection of clothes benefitting Dress for Success – and the fashionable couture is debuting right here in the Triangle!
Recently featured by Women’s Wear Daily as well as in the March issue of O Magazine, the Talbots line sports sunny spring colors and layered patterns designed for both leisure and workwear.
Want to help? Here are four ways you can get involved!
– Purchase a snazzy piece of the Talbots collection, and 30 percent of the proceeds benefit the Triangle Dress for Success.
– Stop by the Spring Shopping Party on Saturday, March 4, 2017 to purchase your own pieces and make a donation.
Last year O Mag and Talbots launched their first capsule collection that benefitted Dress for Success. Raising $1 million and collecting more than 4,000 boxes of clothing to help more than 20,000 women, the partnership was such a success that the two teamed up again this year. Dress for Success is non-profit international organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and career development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
Be sure to check out the March issue of O, The Oprah Magazine features influencers including Hilaria Baldwin (Wellness Expert & Author), Sara Haines (Journalist & Cohost of The View), Jill Martin (Today Contributor), Denée Benton (Broadway Actor), Sas Goldberg (Writer, Producer, Actor), and Katie Sturino (Founder of the 12ishstyle.com) wearing pieces from the collection.
The work Clairemont Communications conducted in partnership with Talbots earned the Award of Excellence by North Carolina Public Relations Society of America (NCPRSA). We are proud that this campaign represents one of the 190 awards we’ve received since starting Clairemont in 2010.
The Clairemont team was thrilled to work with Talbots on this wonderful project. And we may or may not have added that lovely scarf inspired by Oprah’s rose gardens to our own wardrobes!
Images courtesy of Talbots.