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April 27, 2014

Norman attorney Tamara Cain honored for 10 years of service in fashion industry

NORMAN — Norman attorney Tamara Cain was recently recognized for 10 years of service as a fashion consultant for Carlisle, a high-end women’s fashion company based in New York.

Company officials traveled to Norman on March 31 to present Cain with an award for her years of service during a reception at Cain & Cain law office.

Carlisle produces couture dresses, suits, separates and accessories with a sense of classic yet modern style. Seasonal collections are shown through a network of consultants who host trunk shows, working with individual customers by appointment.

Four times a year, Cain’s large conference room in her law office is transformed into a fashion boutique. She has the support of her law partner and husband, Marty Cain.

Over the years, her Carlisle business has expanded from being a one-woman operation. Three associates now assist Cain with the trunk shows.

Two, like Cain, come from the legal profession — an attorney and a former court reporter who is currently a legal assistant. Her third associate is a certified public accountant.

“We are a group of professionals who have come together to not only serve the women of metropolitan Oklahoma City and Norman but to see those women succeed both professionally and personally,” Cain said. “The company’s tagline says it best. ‘Carlisle — creating beautiful wardrobes, to empower outstanding women.’”

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