Six-page photo shoot features J.Mullin Apparel's handmade garments.
The September issue of HerLife Magazine, Kansas City's only magazine exclusively targeted toward women, includes a six-page pictorial featuring kimono looks for Fall from J.Mullin Apparel. The kimonos featured in the spread are a peek at the variety of looks that would be practical, versatile and elegant additions to a woman's wardrobe for the Fall Season, as well as throughout the Holidays and into the Resort Season.
Modeled by Elle Dummermuth, the kimonos are shown with a variety of separates, creating looks from at home casual to more dressy looks and even edgy looks. The photoshoot was styled by Amami Skalatchi and was set in a private home to show the elegant yet comfortable wearability of the garments. Photographer Amber Deery captured the essence of the J.Mullin Apparel brand's handmade one-of-a-kind garments, and the hair and makeup team was also very talented.
The magazine also included a full page feature article from an interview with me about why I decided to make kimonos, and what our mission is: to give women more choices of elegant clothing that is comfortable, flattering and versatile, building up their confidence by bringing out their best features, and helping them feel more like who they were born to be.
The article concludes with a mention of our mission to uplift women and help them reinvent their lives, and points out the fact that we donate our proceeds to non-profit organizations that help women get a second chance in life. We are excited about how our message is being heard, and look forward to helping more women feel better about themselves, and empower them to be a force for good.