Styling

New Work Alert: The Dapifer / Expressionism

You would never know it, but when the whole city shut down this winter due to a massive blizzard, I trekked out in the snow and styled this spring editorial for The Dapifer. PR and designer offices were closing early due to the record snowfall, but for me, fashion never sleeps. I luckily had a stellar team that made it work and it was fitingly as white and etherial inside as it was outside—just with a different season in mind.
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It Takes Style: The Denim Trouser

As I’m getting older I’m looking at my wardrobe differently. I no longer buy into what’s trendy, but what I’m going to get the most wear out of. If a garment can be worn multiple ways, then for me, it’s often worth getting. If we are talking trends though, denim is a huge one for this spring. Many designers on the spring runways were featuring wide leg versions of their pants, and I especially am loving the more affordable version from White
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{NEW WORK ALERT} The 70s Are Here To Stay For Fall

  The 70’s are back yet again this season, but this time in a more polished and glamorous, less boho way—basically all of the best styles of the decade. It’s totally my aesthetic, so when Improper‘s producer, Lydia, asked me to style a story covering this trend for fall, I didn’t hesitate to say “yes.” While American Hustle came to mind, ultimately our style muse was the stunning model/icon of the era, Jerry Hall, and our model Louise Dove
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NEW WORK ALERT: What’s Graphic Black and White and Trending All Over

 Photographer: Mark Delong Producer: Melissa Delong for Electric Picture Farm Stylist: Liz Teich Hair: Ashley Rike Makeup: Tina Davis Model: Terese Pagh {For wardrobe credits and where to buy, head to the spring fashion feature for Venice Magazine online} In addition to the 70’s trend that we’ve been seeing all over the runways to the real life way for this season, graphic black and white is also trending this spring. I came up with the concept after noticing
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