Margaret Schell

Margaret Schell is a design consultant specializing in new business development for Arhaus, a luxury sustainable furniture company. 

Beginning her career at Arhaus headquartered in Ohio, Margaret relocated to New York City to accept an editorial position with 1001 Home Ideas and Modern Bride magazines. Shortly thereafter she became a fashion publicist, events and runway producer for notable American designers Norma Kamali, Badgley Mischka, Vivienne Tam and public relations agency KCD among others.

As a publicist Margaret has been recognized with acknowledgements from Vivienne Tam and Dr. Valerie Steele of F.I.T. in books on fashion. 

In 2000, she moved to Los Angeles where she started her own PR agency to create the city's first official fashion week. 

Throughout her career Margaret has won several awards for PR, styled many celebrities and even placed designs in the permanent collections of museums such as the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, PA; the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and; the former Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum in New York.

Personally, Margaret advocates for the rights to a clean, healthy planet and equality for all.