Industry specialists, passionate creatives, attentive allies…
but product junkies above all. (No seriously, we’re obsessed)

The crème de la crème doesn’t just describe our brands; it describes us, too.
With over 50 years of collective beauty industry experience, we understand this unique space and want to help you find your next beauty success story.

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Thoroughly enchanted with beauty product since birth, and thoroughly disenchanted with the stale, corporate status quo she witnessed in beauty sales organizations, Leilah Mundt began to ask questions. “Why can’t the clean, gorgeous, effective beauty products I love be found in the great shops I work with? Don’t these beautiful, albeit smaller, brands deserve a voice? Don’t my beauty buyer friends deserve great service AND access to the rare and wonderful?"

Equipped with over a decade of marketing and sales experience, Leilah created Crème Collective, a beauty sales agency dedicated to unearthing the best in beauty, wellness and lifestyle, and finding these products the right retail home. The goal? It’s simple; to help women find better beauty.

Leilah has a degree in marketing from the famed FIDM in Los Angeles, sits on the Board of Directors for Lipstick Angels and is on a mission to use beauty product as a vehicle for connecting women, shifting perceptions of beauty, and promoting a healthy, supportive work environment. She lives in Southern California with her husband and daughter.



Therese Clark’s beauty AHA moment happened early on in life while watching her mother of five, an OBGYN nurse, transform from fatigued to fabulous with a dollop of cream and one swipe of lipstick before her nightshift. Sneaking into mom’s vanity to toy with, test and tear apart products was her first experience with the ineffable magic of beauty concoctions and the allure of beauty packaging.

As a brand creator, developer and soothsayer of sorts, Therese Clark has a killer instinct for beauty and knows firsthand how exhilarating the beauty brand experience is – from start up to maintenance mode, from the high-highs and low-lows, and back again. Envisioning a brand concept may come easy, but the execution of that concept, and the continuous need for innovation, is a different story. Therese has the passion, talent and ability to do it all, and wants to help you do it too.

With a BS in Business from the University of San Francisco, and a born entrepreneur with nearly 20 years of product development, marketing, messaging, and high-level brand strategy development, Therese has helped indie brands come to fruition. She has worked with top brands, such as Hourglass Cosmetics and Lisa Hoffman Beauty. She also created Mybody Skincare and the top-selling Glowbiotics Collection as the first advanced Probiotic line sold to physicians as an elevated choice for women’s health & wellness.

Therese lives in Southern Calfornia with her husband Rudi and pups Lily and Lenny.



With a passion for beauty product and an unwavering commitment to quality service, Darcie Evans directs the distribution development strategies of the Crème Collective brands. Her ambition, experience and ability to calculate a sum faster than you can say, “cleanse, tone and moisturize,” make her a driving force within the sales organization.

The California native began her career in sales 14 years ago and joined forces with Crème Collective in 2013. She looked forward to the opportunity to grow alongside some of the best beauty brands in the world, in a family-friendly environment.  Darcie loves to crack the code- to find beauty brand solutions to the retailers most challenging assortment dilemmas. Our retailers know that with Darcie at the helm every T is crossed and I is dotted, ensuring that our gorgeous product gets where it needs to be without any beauty meltdowns. She can also spend a shocking amount of time working on those giant jigsaw puzzles, which actually makes sense if you think about it.

Darcie lives in Huntington Beach, CA with her surfer husband and two darling children.



Kayla is a Orange County based designer and photographer, specializing in brand, print, and web design, and is responsible for making Crème Collective and all Crème Creative work stop-you-in-your-tracks gorgeous. She is a fan of clean lines, white walls, and good typography. She specializes in working with online retailers to help develop campaigns (art direction, creative, photography, etc.), manage web creative, and create killer packaging to make brands look good. From mood boards to creative execution, she helps clients build their brand every step of the way without missing a detail.

Born and raised in the Bay area, Kayla is a shameless Giants fan, lives on diet dr. pepper, and never says no to a good deal at Madewell or a basil gimlet.



Amanda Suchy’s sweet, Southern charm and genuine warmth is a breath of fresh air on the buzzing streets of NYC. After moving from her native Kentucky to the big city, she high-kicked her way onto The Great Stage of Radio City Music Hall as a Rockette, where she danced for over a decade. This is where her love of gorgeous make-up and her obsession with luxurious skin care began.

From a dancer to one of the most sought after fitness instructors in NYC, Amanda built a devoted clientele of inspiring women. It was here that she learned the important role that health, wellness, and beauty played in all their lives, no matter their age or background. The obvious became apparent to Amanda; that beauty and wellness go hand in hand. As Retail Relations Manager for Crème Collective, her unique and comprehensive understanding of beauty and wellness bring the company, and all of our clients, an amazingly fresh industry perspective.

Amanda lives in NYC with her husband Jermaine and their adorable little boy, Orion.



A believer in the power of gorgeousness, Emily is obsessed with creating stunning, meaningful work for the beauty industry.

She is an engaged and strategic thinker with over 10 years of experience in marketing, PR, creative, and business development with brands ranging from Aveda to indie fragrance houses. Inspired by her early days as a skincare representative at a local makeup counter, Emily knew that beauty would be her future. “Sharing my love for products with people, whether they were in need or simply curious to find something new, was a fulfilling experience that I never wanted to end.”

Emily has a BS in Modern Languages from Winthrop University, and has lived in Paris, DC, and New Orleans while working in corporate beauty. She currently resides in sunny Venice, California with her fiancé and beautiful puppy-child, Bodhi.