FEATURE: CEO OF FASHIONBOSS FEATURED IN DAILY BUSINESS REVIEW PRESS ARTICLE
FashionBoss’s Founder and CEO, Brittany Rawlings, is a featured fashion lawyer for the cover story, IP Attorneys Develop Niche Practice For Fashion Industry for the Daily Business Review, Florida’s most influential business and official legal new source. Rawlings is presented as a fashion law trailblazer because of her early adoption and unique perspective.
In 2009, when “fashion law” was hardly a Googleable term, Rawlings, then a law school student, turned to her books and professors to help her create tailor-made legal documents and analyze business situations for her own namesake jewelry line, B.RAWLINGS.
Like most fashion entrepreneurs, Rawlings has been the proverbial “one-man-band-stand”. From drafting business plans and negotiating her own legal contracts to sourcing with international manufacturers and tirelessly pitching her brand – all while meticulously crafting her jewelry by hand – Rawlings did it all. A ‘Gen Art’s Fresh Face in Fashion’ in 2010, Rawlings single-handily leveraged this press coverage to land her fashion line in international Vogue publications, Allure Magazine, People Magazine, select Bloomingdale’s department stores and international boutiques. Rawlings has jeweled celebrities, sold at Henri Bendel trunk shows, and more!
Upon law school graduation, Rawlings created a Fashion Law Division at the law office she worked and advocated that the Fashion Law was a legit niche practice just like music or sports law.
Rawlings is unique because of her dual perspective as a litigator and fashion designer. Only twenty-eight, Rawlings has her own law office, is an Executive Committee Member and Co-Chair of the Fashion Law Division of the Florida Bar’s Entertainment, Art and Sports Law Section, has been honored as Miami’s Power 30 Under 30 in 2010; Business Leader Magazine’s Women Extraordinaire in 2011; and more. Truly a name to remember, Brittany Rawlings’ empire is merely a maturing wine that ripens still.
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