Rt. Hon. Beverley McLachlin
Rt. Hon. Beverley McLachlin
Rt. Hon. Beverley McLachlin
Rt. Hon. Beverley McLachlin
Scarlet Chamberlin

Scarlet Chamberlin

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+ Virtual Keynote Speaker

A 30, 45, or 60 minute live keynote presentation delivered via zoom. 

+ In-person Keynote Speaker

A 30, 45, or 60 minute live keynote presentation delivered in person.

+ Hybrid Keynote Speaker

A 30, 45, or 60 minute live keynote presentation delivered in-person and livestreamed to virtual audiences. 


+ Interactive Virtual Experience Leader

A 90 minute, interactive virtual experience streamed to a live audience.


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The Closet Audit


An interactive, virtual experience that guides you through every step of reimagining your personal brand through the clothes you wear. Your team can look forward to an invigorated wardrobe, whether that means transformation, minimizing clutter, or shopping their own closets to wear what they already own in new ways. In this fun, interactive team session, you get to work in your own closet and participate in fun team exercises designed to transform your personal brand into one that makes you feel authentically and unapologetically yourself.

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What do people see when they look at you? Scarlet Chamberlin believes that personal style is about much more than the clothes we wear—it’s how we express who we are, share our values, spark conversation, and make a positive impact on our self-esteem, the economy, and the planet. In her vibrant talks and interactive experiences, Scarlet reveals how your style has the power to boost your personal brand, showcase your core values, and make you a stronger, more successful you.

Scarlet Chamberlin has dressed bestselling authors, actresses, entrepreneurs, and people from all walks of life, including Cheryl Strayed, Carrie Ann Moss, Kelly Sue DeConnick, and Tracy McMillan. Many of her clients are not “celebrities,” but regular people like entrepreneurs, executives, fundraisers, medical professionals, creatives, educators, activists, and parents. She acts as a bridge between independent designers and her clients. Unlike most other stylists, she’s always worked for herself, never an agency.


Scarlet’s work has been featured in Vanity Fair, Fast Company, People, and more.

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Celebrity Stylist & Personal Brand Expert