People Are Not Always What They Seem

A Proposal and a Birthday

Thank You

Fun Times

Toast and Scrambled Eggs

Givenchy and Donuts on D*cks

I Was Tarday For the Partay

Team Revolution

Don't Be Tardy for the Party (Ohhh Ohhh)

BOYS...BOYS...BOYS and Goodbye Tandrew

High Five to the Rev!

Cheerio to London and Kell-O!

Emotions Equal Problems

Skinner, My Love

Jeremy Scott and London Fashion Week's 25th Anniversary

I Wore Lip Gloss

Staffing Headaches

Andrew vs. Tandrew

Kello-O. What You Need to Know.

Company Policy... And London Fashion Week Celebrates 25!

I Mean, Come On!

Viva La Revolution

I'm Going to Put Pajamas On

Block Out the Drama

Soiree at the Soho Grand

Junior Wolf

Message to the Crashers - Don't Mess with the Slayer!

The One Shoulder T-Shirt: A Tutorial

Just Another Day at the Rev

This is War War War

Following Your Dreams

Poison Apple, Poisoned Computer System

A Letter to Abra - The Spaniard That Got Away


Fashion Industry is a War: Thoughts

People Are Not Always What They Seem

Free advice! Get Robyn's helpful hints for interviewing at People's Rev.

After Andrew Serrano left I went into full gear to try and fill his position and Stephanie Vorhees' position and was going to look for one person to handle what they were both doing. As I am sure you know, finding good people is somewhat hard and finding great people is next to impossible - I was determined though. I had an interview with Mallory Montilla, she came as a recommendation through Michelle in my office. I was told I would LOVE her and so we set up the interview. Llittle did I know that it was about to become the next dramatic event at People's Revolution.


Please come with your resume to the interview. If you don't bring this it makes you appear scattered. Whether or not we hire from a resume is questionable, but please bring.

Don't come overdressed in a suit, as it is clearly not that type of environment. It is more important to come with a sense of style and individuality.

Make sure you are on time, as punctuality is key at People's Revolution.

Demonstrate hard work, ethic and ambition and that you will do the smallest tasks to the largest, and that you are not TOO precious to do jobs that you feel are beyond your level.

It's a small office. Be sure to communicate that you are a team player and you can get along with everyone and you will do whatever it takes to make things happen. I mean ANYTHING!

Bring a portfolio that best represents the work that you have done at other jobs and make sure you have good writing skills, as there will be a test.

Come with confidence and self-assurance and hopefully you will be born under the right birth sign. Astrology is a key factor over here in the world of SCORPIOS.

Lastly, make sure to leave your sticky fingers at your last job and do not pretend you are something you are not. I mean, our whole office is a showroom of samples. We and our clients do not need any more unnecessary drama for people who have problems with stealing.

Mallory obviously didn't work out, but I was able to find the person I was looking for -- Grace Healy. She came from HL Group, which is an extremely reputable PR company. She had fashion experience and I felt that she would be the perfect fit for the office. FINALLY! I had found someone that was going to be a great addition to the team and Stefanie Skinner could possibly breath again.... however, I am sure she will continue with her psycho obsessive work ethic as that is just Stef. Gotta love her for that. I was in a great place and ready to move forward, onward and upward. Life can never be easy, you always have to work hard to get what you want and I feel like I did.