Robin Bramman

Branding Director

Fashion tells your personal style and story. Strive to be chic, sharp and shareworthy.

Growing up in the 80s, I was influenced by films like "Flashdance" (1983), that launched a nation of women trotting around in leg warmers and off-the-shoulder tops. As I began to work, I found "Working Girl" (1988) setting the tone for rocking a power suit on the job. I learned early on that dressing the part gave me a leg up in the working world and helped me advance as I navigated my career.

Having a passion for fashion, I joined a leading clothing boutique franchise as a franchisee in 2008 offering branded fashion apparel, jewelry, handbags, accessories and gifts. I was the first franchisee to launch an e-commerce website, fashion blog, created social media buzz and hosted designer trunk shows along with  fashion shows.

I found an appreciation for documentaries that showcased fashion and film after watching "Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel" (2011). As the fashion editor of Harper’s Bazaar for 25 years and later the editor-in-chief of Vogue, I was inspired by Diana. I admired her story and found a love for international fashion.

Thinking globally, I also appreciated the "Mad Men" (2007-2015) TV series as well as the James Bond films. I was so inspired by "Mad Men" and James Bond that I renamed my business Brandtini.

I look forward to supporting film, fashion and helping to tell the personal brand and storytelling of filmmakers and costumers during FashFilmFete. I hope you will join us as we share new sartorial stories.
Having a love of fashion, branding and marketing, I opened my personal and business branding agency, Chic Branding in 2010. I enjoyed the process of luxe personal and business brand storytelling and worked with myriad clients to develop their personal brand. In 2016 I rebranded the business, where I serve up branding courses and cocktails making it easy for business owners to learn from anywhere.

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