Communication Problems

Years in Practice

6-10 years


Burbank CA 91505 - United States



Additional Expertise

Personal Development Coach, Speaker/Presenter

I Practice in

All areas, please inquire



I Believe

I am very committed to helping people attain the image they are dreaming about.

About Lori Ann Robinson

Lori Ann Robinson is a Los Angeles based Image and Fashion Consultant.

Her talents for style, design, color and fashion are the foundation of her career – for and dressing women and men. She knows how to translate dreams and desires into fashion and image success. Her consulting strategy is matching personality, lifestyle, and body type to today’s current styles while solving the ‘I don’t know how to dress for my body type or what to buy and what to wear’ challenges everyone faces.

Lori Ann’s corporate clients engage her talents to help them dress for success in both their professional and personal life. They take her guidance on dining, social, and networking etiquette, and the power of body language to enhance their ‘visual business card’

Lori Ann’s style tips and image expert advice appeared in local and national publications, including Men’s Health, Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune, PlaintiffMagazine.com and she frequently contributes to on-line publications. She is also a contributor for ehow Style and GeoBeats Women’s Style videos.

In Hollywood, her work has garnered critical recognition in the worlds of television series, commercials, and live theater. As a 4-time Emmy nominated costume designer for “The Bold and The Beautiful,” the most watched television program in the world, Lori Ann’s skill and designs have entertained an international audience of over 250 million viewers.

She has appeared on radio and national television, most prominently on The View, SoapTalk, Pure Oxygen, Career Day and E!.

Lori Ann is a board member of The Fashion Group International-Los Angeles (FGILA) also a member of Step Up Women’s Network, an organization dedicated to ensuring girls have the tools they need to create a better and brighter future.

Find more image and style advice here.

Lori Ann Robinson Articles