Coreen Miller knew from an early age her passion and dream. In January 1992, she bought her first issue of Vogue, with Cindy Crawford on the cover, and to date still continues to collect as she draws inspiration from each and every issue - an inspiration just as valuable as the collection itself - from the hidden gems to some of the most famous covers still in original form.
As a teenager, while most other teens would be busy with after school activities, Coreen had only one thing on her mind: making it home in time for Fashion File. Acting as a "fashion fix" the show ultimately inspired her to chase her dreams.
Along with her natural talent, Coreen made the decision to attend Blanche Macdonald. There she added depth and knowledge to what she already loved and soon after graduated with a diploma in Fashion Merchandising.
In most recent years, Coreen has worked as a part of the Wardrobe Department in the film industry but her most prized accomplishment gave her the title: Oscar de la Renta Specialist. This provided the opportunity to travel to New York multiple times to participate in Fashion Market Week and to the surprise of herself and others an in-person greeting from Oscar de la Renta himself.
Today, Coreen has come full circle and finds herself sitting down with that first Vogue she ever bought. Her accomplishments to date have reassured her of the passion she has always held. Her natural talent allows her to style with ease and she dreams of the day she reads her name on the inside cover of that Vogue: ...styled by: Coreen Miller.