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Curvy Sense serving fashion to curvy women
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Oct '17
Curvy Sense serving fashion to curvy women
Curvy Sense, a Los Angeles based fashion brand for curvy women size 12-24, is providing trend fashion styles with unsurpassed fit at affordable prices under the leadership of Keisha Holmes, the lead in charge of merchandising, buying and design. Curvy Sense designs, fits, and creates products in-house. It has Han Lee to focus on marketing and web design.

Charvelle Holder is the social media manager, fit and ecommerce model at Curvy Sense.

Keisha Holmes joined the brand from Forever 21 where she alongside another buyer successfully launched the plus-size division, Forever21+. She has extensive experience in plus-size fashion retail and specialty merchandising, prior to Forever 21, Keisha was also a buyer at Frederick’s of Hollywood, National Stores, and Torrid. After dedicating much of her career to mass market fashion houses, Keisha Holmes decided that her next gig would afford her the opportunity to build a brand from the ground up.

Keisha Holmes had the hands-on experience to lead, and the vision to create a strategic plan to surpass the brand’s ambitious growth target. With drive and determination, within a year this small team has made their humble online boutique in to a go-to for affordable plus-size fashion, creating a $3million company.

Keisha Holmes, commented that: “The goal was to create affordable, fashionable, great-fitting clothing for plus-size women. We wanted every woman to find something she would love to wear. Our growth over the past year is evidence that we have been successful in meeting that goal.”

Collectively Curvy Sense brings over twenty years of fashion manufacturing expertise and a fresh approach to plus-size fashion by providing fashion-forward styles specifically designed for curvy women. Since 2016, Curvy Sense provides plus-size fashion, denim, dresses, and statement pieces for women size 12-24. The future of the company looks as they to strive to become a household name by continuing to provide fashion forward styles and catering to their customer needs. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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