How an Elevator Ride, a Gregarious Personality and an Ability to Change With the Times Made Aimee Majoros One of the Most In-Demand Publicists for Indie Beauty Brands
I first met Aimee over a deskside at the old Conde Nast offices in Times Square when I was a 21-year-old beauty assistant at Glamour Magazine, and she a budding pr agency owner. Truth be told, I don’t remember those desksides very well, but she does! Apparently I was very straight-faced in demeanor and never featured her brands’ products (I don’t remember this and it certainly wasn’t intentional!)
Then, ironically, while I was working as a marketing associate at a fun, home gifts start-up, the company hired her as their publicist, and our paths crossed again. We worked on many campaigns together there, and even did desksides together. I grew very fond of Aimee—her kindness, gregarious stories, and even more gregarious style drew me in and we became fast friends.