Faces and Places in Fashion: Meg Flather, Home Shopping Diva

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Faces and Places in Fashion: Meg Flather, Home Shopping Diva


Meg Flather has spent decades building a multi-faceted career in performance, cosmetics and media. As author of Lessons, Lyrics and Lipstick, Meg performs entertaining and inspirational seminars for men and women embarking on similar vocations. As national makeup artist for OLAY, Meg worked closely with public relations, marketing and product development. As a home shopping brand ambassador, Meg has grown sales for PERLIER on TSC, Canada, Aloette on Shop NBC, PRAI on TVSN, Australia, StriVectin on QVC, and TSC, Canada. In December, 2015, Meg became the New York based Director of Education for TATCHA skincare.
Meg began her cosmetic career in New York City. She was special events captain for all metropolitan accounts for Clinique, resident make-up artist for Yves St. Laurent at Bergdorf Goodman, held the highest national sales record for both Stila and Body and Soul at Barney’s, and raised customer service and artistry standards at all Face Stockholm locations. As an expert in her field, Meg has been featured on The Discovery Channel, in 15 national publications and her artistry credits include People Magazine, NBC Daytime, CNN, 20/20, The View, documentary films and numerous private clients.
Part presentation, part Q&A, the "Faces & Places in Fashion" lecture series is an opportunity to connect students and the public alike to the pulse of the fashion industry in an open and conversational setting.



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