Beauty & Style Expert Sara Rose Appointed as Fashion Editor for NICHE Magazine
NICHE, an upscale and sought after fashion & lifestyle magazine in BC, appoints Sara Rose to the coveted position of Fashion Editor for this growing publication.
Sara Rose has been responsible for writing the Face It and Beauty [re] Marks columns in NICHE magazine, amassing an impressive following of fans and readers. Moving forward, Sara will also spearhead the creative for NICHE magazine’s fashion department; managing exclusive photo editorials and celebrity fashion shoots planned for NICHE magazine’s 2014 editorial calendar.
Sara Rose, a Victoria, BC native, grew up lucky to be beautifying, dressing and messing around inside her older sister’s closet; the starting point for Sara’s career and love for beauty and fashion. Before embarking on a thriving freelance career that has allowed her to work with celebrity bands, fashion designers, models and prominent retailers, Sara worked for Estee Lauder, and graduated with honours from the world renowned Blanche MacDonald Centre in Vancouver, BC.
Tracey Drake, Editor in Chief of NICHE magazine is confident in her choice for Fashion Editor. “We had applicants from around the globe; a search that spanned nine months. In the end, I was excited to find a significant talent right here within the NICHE family. Sara brings a rare sense of originality, and conducts business with a genuine warmth and integrity that always impresses me. She is the perfect fit for NICHE magazine, and I look forward to a long and collaborative relationship with this rising young Fashion Editor.”
NICHE is an upscale, consumer focused publication that defies the ordinary. Encompassing fashion, beauty and lifestyle, NICHE magazine embraces the three essential elements of the good life – where we live, how we live and how good we look getting it all done in a modern world. Published six times a year, NICHE delivers exceptional editorial features in an impeccably designed, chic glossy magazine.
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