Ms. Royer’s fashion lineage can be traced to her days as a top model with Ford Agency, in the 1970s. She has appeared numerous times on the editorial pages of Vogue, Women’s’ Wear Daily and W Magazine. Acting as muse for world- renowned designers, Halston, Calvin Klein, Chanel, Bill Blass, Valentino and Christian Dior, her instinctive eye for color, shape and style made her invaluable to these legends. From 1986-1997, Ms. Royer held several VP positions within Revlon, including VP for Product Development for the Revlon Licensing Division. Ms. Royer is credited with creating the Revlon Licensing program. In addition, she was Design Director for Revlon's Halston Enterprises, where she managed the master licensees for Halston Enterprises in Japan and Mexico.
Chris Royer is currently, President of CRC, a consulting firm specializing in strategic licensing and marketing, with 25 years of experience in the fashion and beauty industry. Her clients have included Betsey Johnson and industry leaders such as Lily of France, M.A.C. Cosmetics, Conair and Remington Hair Dryers and Wizard of Oz. Most recently, Ms. Royer has contributed essays & photos to the Andy Warhol Museum exhibition, Halston & Warhol: Silver & Suede, in Pittsburgh as well as the companion book published by Abrams in 2014. She is also a donor and consultant to the FIT Museum in New York.