(q-ne-form): a sliding scale personal styling agency
cuniform's mission is to help all those who seek self-expression through clothing. We bridge the gap between style and personal identity to promote:
Self - aspiration / inspiration
Using a sliding scale payment system, we work directly with our clients to provide services that align with their budget to achieve a functional, beautiful, and socially responsible wardrobe. In accordance to our ethos, we also partner with local non-profits who disperse all optionally donated clothing to those in need.
As a ten year fashion industry veteran, Colton has an accomplished history in buying, retail management, styling, and brand strategy for leading luxury retailers including Nordstrom and Totokaelo. After spending time in San Francisco, Los Angeles and NYC, he relocated back to Seattle, WA in 2016 in pursuit of special projects and collaborations.
Colton brings a well-rounded eye to his work through both a macro and micro lens. This full spectrum ability to juggle all components is consistently represented whether on set styling a commercial shoot, working with a company on brand strategy, or working one-on-one with an individual client.
His kind heart and down-to-earth personality, combined with a quick and effective work ethic are two hemispheres that produce remarkable results. He values relationships and community above anything else, using clothing as a medium to portray his philosophy; unveiling the truest form of self, one layer at a time.
Christine Tran holds a Masters Degree in Fine Art Photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art, followed by eight years spent in the fashion industry. Her experience includes the following roles: educator, editorial stylist, buying assistant, store director and most significantly, personal stylist.
Christine's expertise was established during her five years at cult luxury retailer, Totokaelo. A trusted styling resource to many of Seattle’s most notable and inspiring women, she continues to be propelled by her knowledge that an articulated and expressive personal style has the power to be transformative to women of all backgrounds, shapes, and ages.