Fashion and Home Designer, Michelle Revere, a native of Little Rock, Arkansas has been embracing the finest European and American Designs for over thirty years.
Early on in Michelle’s life she found her love for fashion and began a very promising career as a couture buyer for several great specialty stores in Little Rock. As couture buyer for an exclusive specialty store, Michelle dressed then Governor Bill Clinton’s wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton. Michelle was responsible for orchestrating the design for Hillary’s first Inaugural Gown, which now resides in the Smithsonian National Museum of American History. Afterwards, Michelle was commissioned by the first lady to join her in Washington, D.C. to continue as the first ladies personal Design Consultant.
Upon completion of her time in Washington, D.C. in 1999, Michelle continued on in fashion, moving to London, England where she became Design Consultant and Vice President of Sales for British Designer Tomasz Starzewski for three years. While living in Europe, she developed a love for home textiles, antique porcelain and furniture.
In 2003, after returning to the United States without her beloved French Poodle “Co Co Chanel” Michelle launched the “Cokie Home Collection” of decorative porcelain accessories for humans and canines. She also began making beds for canines and donating the money to rescue shelters because Cokie was a rescue dog.
Numerous requests to continue in the fashion industry led Michelle in 2006 to launch another collection, the “Christopher Whyte Collection”, which is named for her nephew. The new collection embraces Michelle’s love for designing with fur. She has created a collection of luxury fur accessories including, hand bags, scarves, shawls and capes as well as a line of luxury fur home throws and home accessories. Her designs have been represented in fine Specialty Stores in Japan and across North America, as well as gaining popularity with celebrities including Patti Labelle, Lynn Whitfield, Vivica Fox, Paris Hilton and Oprah Winfrey.