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PhillyStreetStyle

200 Racoosin Drive Suite 111

Aston, Pennsylvania 19014

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Owner

City Year Greater Philadelphia

Public Relations Director

Matthew Vlahos Public Relations LLC

Public Relations Director

Cashman & Associates Communications • Brand Management • Strategic Solutions

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Jimmy Contreras | Matthew Vlahos Public Relations

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Jimmy Contreras

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Jimmy Contreras, Public Relations Director 267.687.0225, direct / jimmy{at}vlahospr{dot}com FACEBOOK + TWITTER + LINKEDIN + PINTEREST
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Jimmy Contreras signature 06-26-12 Known for his no-nonsense approach to fashion, Jimmy Contreras is a leading lifestyle expert in Philadelphia. He lives, eats and breathes fashion - tirelessly working around the clock as editor of PhillyStreetStyle.com, as a style contributor for Fox29 and as the head of public relations for MVPR, a food, fashion and destination agency representing clients like the Accessories Council and Wilhelmina. That's when he's not in the front row at Fashion Week, of course.
He got his start in Philadelphia more than a decade ago working for Nicole Miller, where he managed the company's Manayunk boutique and ran the local wedding business. He helped open Kimberly Boutique on Rittenhouse Square and, eventually, his own home, gift and baby boutique, JimmyStyle - all the while doling out hard-hitting advice as a stylist on nationally-syndicated shows like "The Look for Less," "The Makeover Story" and "Ambush Makeover."
In addition to his regular fashion segments on Good Day Philadelphia, he has contributed style advice to PhillyMag.com and, soon, the MRPORTER.com website. His knack for spotting trends - and being able to adapt them for everyday people - has earned him impressive accolades. "Philadelphia Style" named him their Man of Style in 2008, and in September 2010, "Philadelphia Weekly" selected him as one of "Nine Local (and Stylish!) People to Follow on Twitter. Last year, Ruelala recognized him as a tastemaker with a flawless sense of style, and profiled him in April on their site. And in the fall of this year, the organizers of Philadelphia Fashion Week honored Jimmy as a member of the city's Fashion Elite at a black-tie affair.
And although he has had a flare for fashion since he was a youngster with a collection of silk shirts, it wasn't always his day job. Inspired by his time in AmeriCorps, he moved to Philadelphia 12 years ago to work in non-profits, and spent time with City Year Greater Philadelphia and MANNA. Before that, he worked in Louisiana and did his college internship in the Clinton White House. (Yes, he knew that intern.)


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Jimmy Contreras has an opinion about everything - and PhillyStreetStyle is his forum. Welcome!

Follow along as Jimmy chronicles his fabulous, fashionable adventures on the streets of Philadelphia and New York. Filled with a sassy mix of what's hot and what's new (and what he thinks about all that), PhillyStreetStyle.com is an unfiltered guide to the latest and greatest on fashion, accessories, spirits, eats, and more. read more...
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George Clooney’s Casamigos made its PA premiere on Oscar Sunday at 10 Arts | Matthew Vlahos Public Relations

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The 2nd annual party also includes lite fare, a dessert bar, best-dressed awards and is hosted by Philly fashionistas Kristin Detterline and Jimmy Contreras

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said Jimmy Contreras, editor of PhillyStreetStyle.com.
Contreras and Philadelphia Style editor Kristin Detterline will be offering live commentary - sassy and unedited - as guests watch the broadcast projected on big screens in the soaring rotunda.
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The dress code is "cocktail chic" and Contreras and Detterline will select a best-dressed lady, best-dressed gentleman and best-dressed couple at the party for awards.


About | PhillyStreetStyle

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Jimmy Contreras

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Known for his no-nonsense approach to fashion, Jimmy Contreras is a leading lifestyle expert in Philadelphia. He lives, eats and breathes fashion - tirelessly working around the clock as editor of PhillyStreetStyle.com, as a style contributor for Fox29 and the head of public relations for MVPR, a food, fashion and destination agency that represents clients like the Accessories Council and Wilhelmina. That's when he's not in the front row at Fashion Week, of course.
He got his start in Philadelphia more than a decade ago working for Nicole Miller, where he managed the company's Manayunk boutique and ran the local wedding business. He helped open Kimberly Boutique on Rittenhouse Square and, eventually, his own home, gift and baby boutique, JimmyStyle - all the while doling out hard-hitting advice as a stylist on nationally-syndicated shows like "The Look for Less," "The Makeover Story" and "Ambush Makeover."
In addition to his regular fashion segments on Good Day Philadelphia, he has contributed style advice to PhillyMag.com and, soon, the MRPORTER.com website. His knack for spotting trends - and being able to adapt them for everyday people - has earned him impressive accolades.
...
And in the fall of this year, the organizers of Philadelphia Fashion Week honored Jimmy as a member of the city's Fashion Elite at a black-tie affair.
And although he has had a flare for fashion since he was a youngster with a collection of silk shirts, it wasn't always his day job. Inspired by his time in AmeriCorps, he moved to Philadelphia 12 years ago to work in non-profits, and spent time with City Year Greater Philadelphia and MANNA. Before that, he worked in Louisiana and did his college internship in the Clinton White House. (Yes, he knew that intern.)
In his "spare" time, Jimmy volunteers with the American Heart Association, MANNA and is a member of the Philadelphia Gay Tourism Caucus - the group behind the rainbow street signs in the Gayborhood, a branding initiative that garnered national attention.
"If you haven't heard, Contreras is like Stacy London, Clinton Kelly and Tim Gunn all rolled into a ball of energy with really great shoes. -Philadelphia Style Magazine
"Jimmy Contreras is a force to be reckoned with in the Philadelphia fashion scene..." -Ruelala.com


About | PhillyStreetStyle

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Jimmy Contreras

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Known for his no-nonsense approach to fashion, Jimmy Contreras is a leading lifestyle expert in Philadelphia. He lives, eats and breathes fashion - tirelessly working around the clock as editor of PhillyStreetStyle.com, as a style contributor for Fox29 and the head of public relations for MVPR, a food, fashion and destination agency that represents clients like the Accessories Council and Wilhelmina. That's when he's not in the front row at Fashion Week, of course.
He got his start in Philadelphia more than a decade ago working for Nicole Miller, where he managed the company's Manayunk boutique and ran the local wedding business. He helped open Kimberly Boutique on Rittenhouse Square and, eventually, his own home, gift and baby boutique, JimmyStyle - all the while doling out hard-hitting advice as a stylist on nationally-syndicated shows like "The Look for Less," "The Makeover Story" and "Ambush Makeover."
In addition to his regular fashion segments on Good Day Philadelphia, he has contributed style advice to PhillyMag.com and, soon, the MRPORTER.com website. His knack for spotting trends - and being able to adapt them for everyday people - has earned him impressive accolades.
...
And in the fall of this year, the organizers of Philadelphia Fashion Week honored Jimmy as a member of the city's Fashion Elite at a black-tie affair.
And although he has had a flare for fashion since he was a youngster with a collection of silk shirts, it wasn't always his day job. Inspired by his time in AmeriCorps, he moved to Philadelphia 12 years ago to work in non-profits, and spent time with City Year Greater Philadelphia and MANNA. Before that, he worked in Louisiana and did his college internship in the Clinton White House. (Yes, he knew that intern.)
In his "spare" time, Jimmy volunteers with the American Heart Association, MANNA and is a member of the Philadelphia Gay Tourism Caucus - the group behind the rainbow street signs in the Gayborhood, a branding initiative that garnered national attention.
"If you haven't heard, Contreras is like Stacy London, Clinton Kelly and Tim Gunn all rolled into a ball of energy with really great shoes. -Philadelphia Style Magazine
"Jimmy Contreras is a force to be reckoned with in the Philadelphia fashion scene..." -Ruelala.com

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