Great style simultaneously feels familiar and brand-new...it harmonizes mind with body, internal with external. It pushes you forward inspiring your vision of the future, embodying the values and aspirations you truly connect to. You channel confidence and the results will be almost immediate as the people around you sense a shift in your energy. You will inhabit the best version of "you" feeling happy with a closet you love, that makes you look beautiful, strong and natural.
"I am larger, better than I thought. I did not know I held so much greatness." - Walt Whitman
I have a unique perspective on the fashion industry as well as a powerful sense of how personal style can positively impact your life. My career commenced as Bruce Springsteen's personal stylist in the early nineties before moving to Paris as Fashion Editor at Air France Madame (a division of French Vogue) in 2001. Returning to New York in 2003, I expanded my reach as a Contributing Fashion Editor at American Vogue, Vanity Fair, T, Muse and Interview Magazines. I have styled shoots and events for actors including Natalie Portman, Angelina Jolie, Zoe Saldano, Penelope Cruz, Paula Patton, Winona Ryder, Julia Roberts, and Isabella Rossellini, plus numerous media and entertainment entrepreneurs, authors, social luminaries, and CEO's.
Personal Stylist | Private Clients | New York, NY | 1993 - current
Fashion Stylist | Vogue, Vanity Fair, T Mag, Muse, Interview | New York, NY| 1994 - 2014
Fashion Sittings Editor | Air France Madame | Paris, France | 2001 - 2003
Fashion Retail Editor | ELLE Magazine | New York, NY | 1990-1992
"The point is not to seduce another person, but to add light to the world in the form of beauty and pleasure. The meaning in things is how much we use them to contribute happiness to the world. Clothes and other personal effects are no different than any other art form. If we perceive them lovingly they can lift the vibrations and increase the energy in the world around us....And the highest identity is our relationship with others. A life lived for oneself alone is not liberation, but merely another form of bondage. "