When Interior & Personal Styles Intersect with Personal Stylist Rayne Parvis
Hi guys! Today on the show I interviewed personal stylist and author Rayne Parvis. I always think of styling principles as very interchangeable. How you dress is very much how you would styling your own home. This is why I am very excited to get Rayne on the show today. She is very personable, great energy and knows her stuff. In today’s episode, we discussed how to pull patterns and colors together and how to organize your closet. I hope you had gotten some great styling tips from today’s show and be sure to check out Rayne’s amazing website and get her weekly Rayne checks.
Rayne Parvis is the founder of Style by Rayne, style expert on WHK 1420 AM Cleveland, Oh. The Avenue, KXKz BigZ 107.5FM West Monroe, LA’s Mountain Man Radio, KCLA 99.3 Los Angeles, CA.’s The Dating Advice Girl and Toledo, Oh.’s Andrew Z in The Morning radio show, author of Ultimate Guide to Style: From Drab to Fab! and the go-to stylist for top matchmaking agencies; Elite Connections, Los Angeles Singles and Catch Matchmaking.
She began in fashion as a fit model for clothing manufacturers like Tommy Bahama, Felina, Sunsets Inc., Anne Cole and Frederick’s of Hollywood. During her fit-model career, she acquired a B.A. in Cinema Arts & Television Production from Cal State University Northridge. Then, because she loves to make people laugh, Rayne spent a 2006-2009 as a stand-up comedian–packing seats and successfully entertaining at The Improv, The Comedy Store and Ha Ha’s Comedy Club. She wore fishnets, 4-inch heels, a blonde wig and bright, fluffy dresses. In 2010 she won a raffle for a business consultation and turned her hobby of making people over into a profession.
In 2014 she assisted a celebrity wardrobe stylist for the TV show Top Chef and Arbonne’s (make-up, skin care and supplement company) Got Talent in Las Vegas, Nevada. They were responsible for the wardrobe of over fifty contestants for their live performance at the MGM. She also worked as a personal shopper in Macy’s Sherman Oaks and is frequently hired by matchmakers to make-over their frumpy clients. From established corporations to the single who is ready to mingle, she can do it all.
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