About

About Randi 


The launch of Champagne & Couture represents the evolution of Randi Wood’s original site http://www.whaddagirlwants.com in 2007. The site started out as a hobby for Randi because of her enthusiasm for fashion, lifestyle, and culture. It has since blossomed into a career because readers and clients have both experienced Randi’s deep-rooted knowledge for style and passion for what she does. Her success didn’t happen overnight though, it’s the product of a lifelong love for fashion and style which can be traced all the way back to grade school.

From a very young age, Randi has had a keen interest in everything “big city.” Despite growing up in a small town without much exposure to Rodeo Drive, Randi started spending her allowance on Vogue magazines in 3rd grade. She would sketch the editorials she saw in the magazines and would wear extravagant outfits to school, despite the weird looks from her classmates. It was evident to everyone that fashion was her passion.

In high school, Randi began acting and dancing and her interests began to expand to celebrities and pop culture as well as fashion. After high school, Randi went on to studying marketing. Randi’s entrepreneurial experience then began at age 20 when she started a production company. She taught and produced dance camps, groups, and workshops. During this time, Randi continued to develop her interests and expertise in fashion, lifestyle, and fitness. After years of work experience she then pursued an education at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Visual Communications in Los Angeles.

However, it turned out her true education came from her travel experiences, which opened her eyes to different culture’s history and fashion. Randi fell in love with New York City, Dubai, and London during her journeys. She counts Thailand as her favorite vacation spot and Paris as her favorite city.

Upon graduating Randi entered the freelance styling and writing world. She started to assist celebrity stylists for shows such as the Grammy’s, American Music Awards, and red carpet events. She then slowly worked her way into styling new and upcoming artists herself and recently she styled the new Beach Bunny Swimwear campaign. Her writing credits include her weekly contribution to http://www.whippedstyle.com and past content for http://www.lashoppingreviews.com.

If you have interest in hiring Randi for personal style/fashion consulting or writing, you can contact her at champagneandcouture@gmail.com

About Randi’s LifeStyle

A Love for Fashion and everything about it, vintage, mainstream to designer Randi loves hearing from new and old designers alike. Please contact champagneandcouture@gmail.com if you could like to inquire about having Randi write an article on your product/store.

Her hair is colored at Bungalow Salon in West Hollywood by Christina (323)655-4040. Her hair is blown out by the Blo-Dry Bar @ R&B Studios http://www.therandbstudios.net in Palm Desert (760) 346-8622, makeup is provided by MAC and nail color by OPI.

Health and Fitness are a huge part of Randi’s life, currently she is personally trained by Eddie Foulger (760)343-6730.

About Advertising 

Collabration is encouraged and welcomed. Please email to discuss any product or promotion you would like to share on the website.

Cosmo Wishes and Louboutin Dreams

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  1. Randi, I represent Arnold Palmer’s restaurant. We recently hired a new Executive Chef, Ivan Flowers and he has created an exciting new menu. We would love to have you come in and dine. You can find Chef’s bio and new menu at http://www.arnoldpalmersrestaurant.com
    Chef Flowers has been featured on Food Network, Wine Portfolio, Eye on Travel, Good Morning AZ, Sonoran Living and more. Featured in Food Arts, Sunset Magazine, Frommer’s NY Times, AZ Highways, Destinations Travel Magazine, Desert Sun, CV Weekly, Desert Star Weekly, Sedona Magazine, AZ Republic and more….
    Thanks,
    Tracy Phillips

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