DeNorris Young

Visual Merchandiser

DeNorris is an experienced Visual Manager and Merchandiser, proven to be a strong leader. He is a problem solver, team player, and creative thinker. DeNorris is skilled in multiple areas of Visual Merchandising, including styling, fashion forecasting, and brand representation.


Career Highlights:

  • New Store Opening
  • Visual Merchandising and Styling
  • Management
  • Developed Directives (Including Photography)
  • Recruited, Trained and Developed Associates and Managers
  • Brand Ambassador



Visual Merchandiser

ZenGenius, Inc.

Freelance Merchandise Coordinator-Multiple Brands

Winston Retail Solutions

  • Worked with store teams to ensure brand standards are implemented correctly
  • Trained store staff on product presentation and brand knowledge
  • Conducted weekly and monthly store visits to multiple location throughout South Chicago
  • Conducted occasional product knowledge training seminars for specific brands
  • Reported overall shop experience via store visit reports

Freelance Merchandise Coordinator-Lacoste

Solomon Page Group

  • Worked with store teams at Macy’s to ensure Lacoste brand standards are implemented and maintained correctly
  • Trained store staff on product presentation and brand knowledge
  • Conducted weekly store visits to Macy’s State Street and Water Tower Place locations in downtown Chicago
  • Re-stocked the Lacoste shop to ensure all sizes are available to the customer
  • Ensured the Lacoste shop was set to the current planogram

Regional Visual Manager-Central

Forever 21

  • Conducted store visits to drive a consistent visual brand amongst stores
  • Recruited, developed and retained talent for an average of 10 Field Visual Merchandisers
  • Collaborated with District Manager and Field Visual Managers to integrate both operational and visual objectives
  • Partnered with District Managers in administration of district wide meetings per company directives, and communicated with District Manager merchandise transfer opportunities