Holobi Searches for Personal Wardrobe Stylists in Illinois.

Holobi, a Seattle based personal wardrobe stylist company, has just hired Erika Nolan as their Regional Director & Instructor in Chicago.

Online PR News – 06-June-2010 – – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Press Release) – 4 June 2010 – Holobi is a network of stylists who have been certified in the company’s D.R.E.S. System which mathematically determines each client’s unique shape. Holobi's newest team member, Erika Nolan is now a Certified D.R.E.S. Stylist, whose extensive fashion and retail career will provide a smooth transition into the world of Holobi. “Erika has a natural talent for styling and an eye for great fashion. She is a delight to work with. She's always reliable with a great work ethic. I would highly recommend Erika as a Personal Stylist and she is an excellent instructor!” recommended CEO and Founder Margaret Spencer. Exclusive training sessions of the D.R.E.S. Academy have been scheduled for July and September and will be hosted in Chicago. Margaret Spencer will join Erika for the July training. Take advantage of this privileged occasion!
“Bringing Holobi and the D.R.E.S. System to Chicago seemed like a natural fit. Chicago is a fashion destination and sets the standard for style,” observed CEO and Founder Margaret Spencer. “Working with a Wardrobe Stylist is no longer something reserved for celebrities. Our ultimate vision is to create the opportunity for every woman to have a Personal D.R.E.S. Stylist. Chicago is the next city on our nationwide tour.”
Holobi has previously held D.R.E.S. Academy trainings in Seattle, Portland and various cities in California.
D.R.E.S., which stands for Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, and Sapphire, symbolizes the different silhouette shapes of a women’s body. Using jewels to represent women’s figures teaches new stylists and their clients to see body shapes as something precious, instilling value, self worth, and pride in the uniqueness of each figure.
The D.R.E.S. Academy is an intensive two day training program. During day one, stylists will learn how to create a custom profile for each client, organize their existing wardrobes, shop for their style and needs. They will learn the skills needed to grow their clientèle, market their services, and tips for being a successful entrepreneur. Day two focuses on color theory and analysis.

“This is a great opportunity for anyone who has thought of starting a career in fashion or has the desire to empower women in their community,” continues Margaret. “We are hand selecting new stylists for the academy. By stepping in on the ground level of this expansion, D.R.E.S. stylists will be the first in an untouched market.”

Specific training dates are: July 10th & 11th as well as September 25th & 26th in downtown Chicago. Space is limited. Only a $100 deposit required to hold your space. Registration and more information can be found at http://holobi.com/academy/become-a-stylist.html. Contact Erika Nolan at en@holobi.com with questions.