Daily Venus Diva Magazine Names Sheri Collins New Fashion Editor: Daily Venus Diva Magazine (DVD), the #1 plus size lifestyle magazine, today announced the appointment of SheriCollins as fashion editor. Known as The Curvy Stylist, Sheri will be responsible for the voice and direction of DVD’s fashion content and plus size fashion features.
Collins will oversee Daily Venus Diva’s fashion coverage as well as interview plus size fashion designers, break fashion news and offer readers styling tips. Daily Venus Diva Magazine caters to the more than 40 million women in the United States alone who wear a size 14+. Topics include Fashion Finds, clothing & style trends, beauty how-to’s, dating & relationship advice as well as lifestyle, culture and news relevant to today’s curvy woman.
“Serving as the new fashion editor is a dream come true for me. Daily Venus Diva and I have a lovely history. In fact my first two fashion editorials appeared in Venus Diva when photographer Marisa Balleti-Lavoie gave me the opportunity in 2009,” says Collins. “As the new fashion editor at Daily Venus Diva Magazine I am looking forward to bringing the world of fashion from New York and beyond to everyday curvy girls like me with fashion advice and photo stories like Runway to Everyday, which I presented at the My Curves, My Style workshop at Full Figured Fashion Week 2012. “
Sheri understands our readers and her voice will help establish us as a valuable source in the plus size fashion industry,“ said Stephanie Penn, Editor-In-Chief, DailyVenusDiva.com. “Her creative energy and expertise is essential to our growth and her enthusiasm is refreshing”.
As a personal stylist and fashion expert, Sheri’s style advice or commentary has appeared in NewsDay, eHow.com, iVillage.com, Stylist.com, DailyVenusDiva.com, and TheCurvyFashionista.com.
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