Not only can you find your favorite A-listers including the likes of Eva Longoria, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and Channing Tatum flaunting JAMAH’s luxurious leather bags, now top Hollywood stylists are following suit and making JAMAH a wardrobe must-have on the hottest Hollywood sets. JAMAH’s signature style can be seen on the hit TV-series Parenthood, with Lauren Graham and Erika Christensen and on Bunheads, with Sutton Foster toting The Tribeca Classic. A few other notables include Bad Teacher, with Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake, Scream,with Courtney Cox and Cinema Verite, with Diane Lane, where it’s hard to find a scene where Pat Laud, Lane’s character, isn’t showcasing JAMAH’s The Stella J. The Stella J’s small screen debut was so well received it can be spotted in such publications as Eclipse Magazine, New York Times and W Magazine.
Following its critically acclaimed fall 2011 debut, Susan J. Ashrbook’s Will Work for Shoes: The Business Behind Red Carpet Placement is currently on a nationwide tour. JAMAH designer/owner Nancy Gale appears in several sections of the book, clearly regarded by Ashbrook as a noteworthy trailblazer in the art of celebrity product placement. Ashbrook highlights Gale’s creative approaches to public relations, as well her accomplishments in gaining high profile celebrity fans, including Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Coincidentally, the book highlights a photo of Brad Pitt toting the same JAMAH bag that has is often spotted on the shoulder of Channing Tatum. Both actors sport The Satchel bag in JAMAH’s signature bark, one of the eleven unisex bags in the line’s World Collection.
Ashbrook also acknowledges Gale’s hard work in researching and gaining strong media connections, writing, “Over the course of my network journey, I was becoming familiar with various press contacts, so I would send them, along with countless others on a huge press list I had built through extensive research, every paparazzi shot that I came upon, along with the story of my brand as a pitch for a potential story. People Magazine bit, giving us extensive brand awareness with a brand-appropriate celebrity.”
Ashbrook quotes Gale on her unique philosophy in gifting her product to celebrities, saying, “Rather than gifting to entice, I decided I would gift as a thank-you.”
Susan J. Ashbrook has been involved in celebrity product planning for twenty years. She founded and pioneered Film Fashion, the first fashion product placement company in Los Angeles. She has worked with various fashion designers, including Ralph Lauren, Lanvin, Chopard, Swarovski, Escada and Isaac Mizrahi.
Straight from the pages of Vogue, JAMAH’s designs continue to catch the eye of the fashion savvy and Hollywood celebrities alike. Vogue Nippon is on the cutting edge of design; this recognition raises the bar as this honorable feature is the highest compliment for any fashion designer. In keeping with JAMAH’s motto, ‘be who you are,’ it is important, in addition to JAMAH’s signature, luxurious Italian leather, to offer bags to suit all lifestyles, which is what fueled the birth of JAMAH’s Animal-Free collection. A twist on JAMAH’s “timeless-with-a-twist” designs, the unique combination of natural fiber and luxurious glaze continues to celebrate JAMAH’s stunning aesthetics.
In the midst of the excitement, what matters most still remains . . . In True Fashion, the heart and soul of JAMAH.
Nancy Gale, designer/owner of JAMAH has celebrities relying on her for gorgeous totes, but most importantly she is a mentor & advocate of teen entrepreneurship and founder of In True Fashion, an apprenticeship program founded on cause, commerce & consciousness. ‘ Helping students build self-esteem and teaching them the value of products “Made in the USA,”In True Fashion is the breath of JAMAH.
The unique program is shaping students’ futures by inspiring them to dream big. From hands-on training to guest experts to the ’sky’s the limit’ philosophy, so many are getting behind the cause.
Gale spearheaded In True Fashion to shape a generation. She embarked on the never-ending quest of paying it forward (while working to pay it back) as the ultimate tribute to those who invested time, resources and money in her journey with JAMAH and her life-changing program.
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JAMAH’S In True Fashion, a cause, commerce & consciousness apprenticeship program, has had the great fortune of working with the most amazing students at Environmental Charter High School. They have embraced In True Fashion with unyielding enthusiasm and we want to pay it forward!