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Gypsy & Co. to Launch ’70s-inspired Spring 2011 Collection

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This spring Courtney Robbins and her traveling boutique will reveal the latest ready-to-wear collection, which pulls inspiration from the colors of South Beach, the sophistication of the Hamptons and the Bohemian-chic vibe of Laguna Beach

FORT WORTH, Texas, Jan. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — It may be physically impossible to enjoy the uniqueness of beaches on the West Coast while basking in the sun on the East Coast this spring, but one traveling boutique is uniting the two in its Spring 2011 Collection.

Gypsy & Co., a national traveling boutique, has incorporated the vibrant colors of South Beach, the tailored beauty of the Hamptons and the Bohemian air of Laguna Beach into its Spring Collection. Relying on elements from the ’70s, Courtney Robbins, founder of Gypsy & Co., and her team have created a collection that will truly bring a vintage vibe to any wardrobe. With pieces ranging from ’70s boho to a more sophisticated ’70s look, the Spring Collection is a wrinkle-resistant, ready-to-wear line with every woman in mind. “Our entire collection is very flattering, offering easy-to-wear pieces for every body type — any shape from pear to apple, straight to hourglass,” Robbins said.

A true gem in this season’s collection is South Beach’s “Teal Dress.” In 2010, in honor of her mother, Cindy Tyson, who lost a battle to ovarian cancer in 2004, Robbins founded Cindy’s Foundation, an official partner of the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition (NOCC). As a result of the partnership, Gypsy & Co. instituted a fundraising campaign called “The Teal Dress Campaign,” which supports the NOCC’s mission to raise awareness and education of ovarian cancer by contributing 50 percent of the campaign’s proceeds directly to the NOCC.

If you need help mixing up your wardrobe to create a ’70s glam look, contact one of Gypsy & Co.’s Personal Stylists, who can assist you with everything from selecting Gypsy & Co. designs, navigating your existing wardrobe or shopping for modern staples that will accentuate your specific body type. Or, if you have always possessed a passion for fashion and enjoy styling yourself as well as other women, join Gypsy & Co.’s Personal Stylist Network, where stylists across the United States can earn commission by linking their friends to http://www.gypsyandco.com and by direct sales.

“Already employing Personal Stylists in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and California, we are performing an aggressive national search for fashion-savvy self-starters to introduce the brand to all 50 states and even Canada,” Robbins said. “This is truly a ground-floor opportunity with amazing benefits and the chance to act as your own boss, earn an incredible income and set your own schedule. And the best part is that you don’t even have to be a fashion stylist or have a fashion background to become a personal stylist for Gypsy & Co. We will supply all the training you need to become incredibly successful.”

About Courtney Robbins

Courtney Robbins and her husband, Adam, a Canadian hockey player, have two children, a son, Gavin, 3 1/2, and a daughter, Chloe, 19 months. Robbins received her bachelor’s degree in marketing, public relations and dance from the University of North Texas. After graduation, she worked in pharmaceutical and chemical sales for eight years. Desiring more knowledge and a greater understanding of business, Robbins enrolled in Texas Women’s University where she earned her MBA. With her business savvy and love of figure-flattering, easy-to-wear fashions, Robbins and her partners started Gypsy & Co.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Gypsy & Co.
(800) 385-4229
Studio: 6333 Camp Bowie Blvd., Ste. 216
The Village at Camp Bowie
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
http://www.gypsyandco.com
Media Contact:
Beth Hutson
Hutson Creative
(817) 602-0211
http://www.hutsoncreative.com
beth@hutsoncreative.com

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