Red Carpet | Stacee Michelle Interviews Elliot Carlyle
Fashion Insider turned E! News Style Correspondent, Stacee Michelle, interviews Elliot Carlyle on the red carpet of the Fashion D'Lux showcase.
Elliot Carlyle speaks on Lowcountry Live on “More Than a Label” 2016:
Support single moms and their children at this Thursday's More Than a Label Fashion Show. It's going to be a fabulous night of fashion, fund-raising, and empowering women. Elliot Carlyle and Trudy Brown are here to tell us all about Maia Moms and this upcoming event.Follow Link
Elliot Carlyle named Glady’s Knight’s Creative Director
Elliot Carlyle, creative & fashion director, was just named Gladys Knight's Creative Director. Elliot, who has already styled a photo shoot for Knight's new single release, will be putting together the styling and photography teams, along with providing insight on storyboards and branding for her upcoming album, G70.Follow Link
Elliot Carlyle on Becoming A Brand – Moultrie News
In his interview with Moultrie News, Elliot Carlyle shares that the charisma factor of branding is measured by the weight of value and belief that people have in your brand that the ability to influence is derived from. "Become a person of value and influence will follow," he said.Follow Link
Red Carpet | Fashion D’Lux Interview with Jennifer Michelle
Stylist & Fashion Correspondent, Jennifer Michelle, interviews Elliot Carlyle on More Than A Mannequin in Charlotte for the launch of the Fashion D'Lux showcase.
Carolina STYLE Magazine publishes ELLIOT CARLYLE
The Carolina's Most Stylish celebrates people in the fashion, beauty, entertainment, business and non-profit industries, who are making a real impact in their community. Honorees were selected from throughout the Carolina region to be featured in a one-of-a-kind, hardcover coffee table publication to celebrate their achievements for years to come.
Elliot Carlyle Talks to New Work Magazine
New Work Magazine sits down with Elliot Carlyle to discuss his personal brand and how to be unique within the market.
The Brand. The Voice. Elliot Carlyle on TheLSherie Alert
"Believe it or not, I met Elliot Carlyle on Twitter. He was sharing my quote, "You don't have to be famous to be relevant. Do something positive!" Immediately we clicked. After many tweets and emails, our professional relationship grew. I learned more about him and his growing business... his brand. Public Relations was not always on his radar, yet somehow he found his way to his purpose through his passion." - L. Sherie DeanFollow Link