Meet Dia&Co's
CHRISTINE YARDE

Careers - Christine’s Story
 From Theater To Fashion
Christine’s Story
From Theater To Fashion
Christine has a BA in theater and originally intended to be a performer after graduating. However, she soon realized that wasn’t the right fit, so she went on to work in performing arts administration. After a few years in the industry, Christine seized an opportunity to do something different—and soon discovered Dia&Co.
Careers - What Christine Does
 Lead Stylist
What Christine Does
Lead Stylist
Christine is responsible for managing the daily inner workings of her team. However, she also gets the opportunities to participate in various exciting projects for Dia&Co, such as modeling, hosting Facebook Live events, and initiating training programs that foster a sense of community and further incorporate stylists into the company.
 
 
“One of my favorite projects was working with Facebook Live. I’m a theater major, but I don’t often get to be on stage. However, hosting Facebook Live is like being on a stage where I get to interact with people and sell pieces. It’s now blossomed into its own community of women, and I love being able to intimately connect with people.”
 
“One of my favorite projects was working with Facebook Live. I’m a theater major, but I don’t often get to be on stage. However, hosting Facebook Live is like being on a stage where I get to interact with people and sell pieces. It’s now blossomed into its own community of women, and I love being able to intimately connect with people.”
 
 
“I’ve been with Dia&Co for a year, and I’ve learned so much about being a teammate and a leader—and how to support and manage other people. I love teaching others, because it reinforces what I know, and I can empower other people to do bigger, better, and brighter things.”
 
“I’ve been with Dia&Co for a year, and I’ve learned so much about being a teammate and a leader—and how to support and manage other people. I love teaching others, because it reinforces what I know, and I can empower other people to do bigger, better, and brighter things.”