We’re so excited to be working with Zara Terez - who makes leggings, dresses, and crop tops with ultimate cool girl prints & patterns (you may have seen Mal & B’s window sill photo modeling their print leggings - including their EMOJI leggings!)
Pumped to be throwing an event next week with one of their biggest supporters Jordyn Jones, of Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition fame (yes, Dance Moms Abby).
We’re obsessed with this video of her cover for BANJI, not only because we love dancing and she’s a badass small girl, but also because we’re into the acronym - Be Authentic Never Jeopardize Individuality. #BANJI is our new #YOLO.
If you’re a fashion blogger/writer/ Jordyn Jones fan, email us for event details and private invite <3
Website building platform, Wix, recently featured usin one of their Wix Stories - sharing users’ experiences behind their website.
When Mallory and Bianca first started Small Girls PR, they were very lucky and grateful to have boyfriends who supported them in their new venture by designing and building the first version of our site. As you can imagine, after those relationships ended, updating and maintaining the site proved a little more difficult (though they’re still SGPR BFFs!). So while the business grew and more and more changes needed to be made on a regular basis, they had to find away to cut the middle(ex)men out and take it in-house, without starting from scratch or sacrificing the original design.
Using Wix, Bianca was able to essentially recreate the SGPR site by customizing one of Wix’s existing themes. Watch our founders Mallory and Bianca chat from Small Girls PR HQ about how essential Wix has been to our business by letting us take website building into our own hands (and away from ex-boyfriends).
This has been such an exciting GE project to watch- especially with my whole space boot obsession. Seeing initial concepts and not knowing how the final shoe would look aesthetically, then to see that they are SO up my alley and totes could be the new Star Wars bianca boots was amaze(space)balls.
They don’t come in women’s sizes, but ima bout to just like rock big men’s shoes and call it my thing because I genuinely want to wear these. #menswear Although I do imagine this will be much more difficult than when I rock men’s shirts or pants…
Our client, GE, announced the release of the Missions sneakers, a pair of modern day moonboots created from “super materials,” i.e. the stuff used to build jet engines and wind turbines. The release celebrates the 45th anniversary of the first human moon landing. This a pretty cool shift in product manufacturing for GE (which is rarely known to make footwear). The concept behind the launch itself, though, perfectly exemplifies the plans that GE continually keeps when it comes to social media. They’re always trying out different platforms and seeing what works.
The design for the limited edition the Missions sneakers is based on the original design GE used for Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong back in 1969. In addition to business and tech press, Small Girls was able to land (pun definitely intended) coverage in fashion outlets like Fashionista, ELLE (Malaysia), and InStyle.
Co-founder of Small Girls PR and girl about (down)town NY & (north)BK... who now rocks in as much as she rocks out.
This is a blog of things that I love: fashion, music, rocking out (with my bad self), rocking in (with my not-so-bad self), crying (just kidding... maybe), batman (not kidding), and dating (or something like that.)