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In “Jewelry startup Chloe + Isabel updates the Tupperware party for the social media age,” Fortune reports on Chloe + Isabel’s innovations to the direct-sales model and the role our Merchandiser community has to the success to the company in an interview with tech reporter Erin Griffin and CEO + Founder Chantel Waterbury. 


But more powerful than Chloe + Isabel’s training is what the community has contributed. Waterbury says 80% of the seller best practices on Chloe + Isabel have come from the sellers themselves. “We can come up with great ideas and share them, but to have a merchandiser out in the field that supports our training with real life experiences is much more valuable,” Waterbury says. Chloe + Isabel’s sellers create thousands of pieces of content each week, sharing product photos, inspirational quotes, styling tips, and details about each piece with their networks.

To learn more about the Chloe + Isabel Merchandiser opportunity visit here.

In “Jewelry startup Chloe + Isabel updates the Tupperware party for the social media age,” Fortune reports on Chloe + Isabel’s innovations to the direct-sales model and the role our Merchandiser community has to the success to the company in an interview with tech reporter Erin Griffin and CEO + Founder Chantel Waterbury. 

But more powerful than Chloe + Isabel’s training is what the community has contributed. Waterbury says 80% of the seller best practices on Chloe + Isabel have come from the sellers themselves. “We can come up with great ideas and share them, but to have a merchandiser out in the field that supports our training with real life experiences is much more valuable,” Waterbury says. Chloe + Isabel’s sellers create thousands of pieces of content each week, sharing product photos, inspirational quotes, styling tips, and details about each piece with their networks.

To learn more about the Chloe + Isabel Merchandiser opportunity visit here.

Chloe + Isabel Founder + CEO Chantel Waterbury speaks with WWD about the brand’s exciting expansion into beauty with the launch of our first-ever fragrance Jardins du Midi.

“When I created the brand, I was always originally focused on building out a lifestyle brand,” said founder and chief executive officer Chantel Waterbury, who spent 15 years in the world of jewelry retailing. “I always wanted to go into beauty.”

Jardins du Midi ($58), inspired by a midday, sunlit walk through the lush orchards of the South of France, features notes of peach nectar, bergamot, jasmine sambac, white violet and vanilla absolute.

 

The Huffington Post Business Blog sits down with Chloe + Isabel Founder + CEO Chantel Waterbury for a Q+A in Laura Dunn’s series “Woman in Business”.

"Seeing the positive impact that Chloe + Isabel has on our merchandisers’ lives is hands down the highlight for me every week. Hearing their stories is both powerful and inspiring. I’ve watched women transform right before my eyes into confident leaders and entrepreneurs as well as realize financial goals that were life-changing."

Founder + CEO Chantel Waterbury discusses how Chloe + Isabel has reinvented the direct-sales model and its mission to empower women with Wakefield in “The Bling Ring”.

"But the goal isn’t just to reinvent the Tupperware party – the company’s mission is to provide millennial women with practical business and marketing skills."

To learn more about the Chloe + Isabel Merchandiser opportunity visit here.

Chloe + Isabel Creative Director Casey Driskill gives Mashable an inside look into what c+i was like in the early days and how it has evolved over the past three years in ‘You name It, I Did It’: 10 Startup Employees Recall the Early Days.


"I’ve worked on everything from jewelry design to product development to merchandising, and now, marketing and brand creative. A lot of times the different roles stemmed from just being at a startup, and the inherent need to be scrappy and get things done." 

Chloe + Isabel Creative Director Casey Driskill gives Mashable an inside look into what c+i was like in the early days and how it has evolved over the past three years in ‘You name It, I Did It’: 10 Startup Employees Recall the Early Days.

"I’ve worked on everything from jewelry design to product development to merchandising, and now, marketing and brand creative. A lot of times the different roles stemmed from just being at a startup, and the inherent need to be scrappy and get things done." 

Check out our brilliant Deco Crystal Cluster Drama Necklace ($138) now featured in the March Issue of Real Simple under “Trend Worth Trying: Crystal Accents.”

For this season’s accessories, bling is king. Don’t be shy about rocking a bold necklace with a casual striped tee. – Yolanda Wikiel, Senior Editor

Additionally, find Chloe + Isabel’s bestselling Morningtide Convertible Collar Necklace ($128) as the perfect complement to the classic boxy jacket in the March Real Simple’s section titled, “The Guide: Fashion.”

…complement the jacket’s lines with a crew or scoop-neck top. To avoid looking old-fashioned (this classic has been around for decades), update it with modern accessories, says Noelle Cellini, a Chicago-based stylist. Swap Pearls for a chunky statement necklace… 

Chloe + Isabel Founder + CEO Chantel Waterbury discusses the top five jewelry trends for Spring 2014 with Fashion Times: Statement Pieces, Layered Textures, Pastels, Nature-Inspired and Pearls.

For featured styles visit chloeandisabel.com:  Seascape Statement Post Drop Earrings ($68), Morningtide Convertible Collar Necklace ($128), Shoreside Double Drop Post Earrings ($48), Ocean Lace Statement Necklace ($88), Heirloom Pearl Statement Necklace ($168).