My mission is to drown out the sartorial noise and give clients a highly-personalized bespoke process of helping them identify, not only what their must-haves are for any given season, but to dig much deeper to help them discover and hone what their own signature style truly is and how it fits into their life. Intent on putting the “personal” back into “personal styling” think of me as your chic friend who also happens to be a well-informed and connected fashion editor, giving clients a deeply customized wardrobe overhaul.
"I am larger, better than I thought. I did not know I held so much greatness." - Walt Whitman
After a quarter decade honing her styling skills for Barneys, major women’s magazines like Elle, Vogue, Vanity Fair, and celebrities (Bruce Springsteen was her first client), von Weise is intent on putting the “personal” back into “personal styling.”
This Stylist Will Change Your Wardrobe—and the Way You Think About Fashion -- Andrew Bevan
“A blend of empathy, intellect, and sharp curiosity, von Weise’s unflappable voice has the soothing effect of an NPR host—an antidote to the sometimes-grating and intimidating world of fashion.”
— Andrew Bevan
In a nutshell, I show busy, high-profile professionals struggling with time and clarity around their wardrobe how to be efficient, feel confident, and live authentically. I am available to teach in a group setting, guiding participants through experimentation and discussion in an environment safe for exploration. Expect wisdom, honesty, well-researched insight, engaging visuals and open dialogue to actively support your goal of excellence. Results include an amplified feeling of elevation, a burst of energy, and a keen awareness of enlarged possibilities. Very few realize what power sincerity carries, and individuality is something to which everyone aspires. I gladly share my knowledge, and vast experience at the top end of the market, of how to create a unique expression that will open doors for you.
“Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” - George Bernard Shaw