Fashion for your Figure with Jen Abrams!

As a fashion stylist I’ve worked with everyone from top models and A-list celebs to socialites and working moms alike and inevitably the question I get from ALL of these women is….”What clothes should I wear to flatter my figure”?  So when PhillyHealthWatch first approached me about providing a little “Fashion for your Figure” advice I thought it was an awesome idea. I am proud to offer my expertise and be apart of the amazing and growing community of PHW. In the coming months I will be arming you with insider tips from the pros, finding solutions to your worst style dilemmas and provide you with shopping resources that will actually help you save money while looking your best this season!

Whether she’s styling a celebrity for a high fashion editorial or covering the runway shows for various media outlets, Jen Abrams has become one of the industry’s foremost authorities on all things stylish.  Equally adept in front of the camera and behind it, Jen’s vast knowledge of the industry has made her one of the fashion world’s most sought after talents.  Her personal sense of style and aesthetic personifies sophistication and fashion forwardness.

With an MBA in Marketing and having worked for legendary designers such as Calvin Klein, Jen has a firm grasp on the business side of the fashion and beauty industry, but it is her sartorial passion that has guided her career to the creative side. She has worked with fashion icons ranging from InStyle’s Hal Rubenstein to The Kardashians to Isaac Mizrahi. Jen also has styled pro athletes, TV personalities, celebrities, business executives and high profile socialites for both fashion spreads and feature editorials in her capacity as a magazine Lifestyle Editor and Fashion Stylist.  Currently, she is working on editorial for Tyra Banks newbeauty website that is set to launch in Spring 2011.  She is also the contributing Fashion Editor for the London based Fashion Salade Magazine.

In 2004, Jen also co-founded trend setting clothing company, Sugar Tush where she was responsible for designing, manufacturing, marketing and all other aspects involved with starting a clothing business from scratch.  In 2008, Sugar Tush officially closed its operations so she could focus on other aspects of her life and career.  The adorable line will be remembered as having “Dressed the Sweetest Bottoms in Town with Style and Comfort.”  Worn by celebs including Gwyneth Paltrow and Courtney Cox, and seen in US Weekly’s Buzz-o-Meter, Sugar Tush was certainly a unique concept with global brand appeal.

When Jen is not running around behind the scenes and building brands she can be found in front of the cameras showcasing her expertise.  As an On Air Fashion Consultant seen on national talkshows, she has charmed TV audiences with her down-to-earth sensibilities and her supreme understanding of style, while she has also deftly represented brands as a Spokesmodel and Fashion Correspondent at various trade shows, fashion events and other media outlets.  Her speaking engagements include seminars for business executives on topics such as “Dressing for Success” or “Maintaining Professionalism in a Casual Friday Era”.  She also speaks to students at Universities and High Schools about choosing fashion as a viable and fulfilling career option through her own multi faceted experiences in the business.

Above all it’s Jen’s inherent understanding of what looks good on a person and her supreme knowledge of fashion that makes her one of the industry’s most reliable and respected talents.

Visit Jen’s website at www.jenabrams.com

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