Photo Credit: Brian Doben
Lisa shopping with Stacy London
"My clients come from all walks of life, and my goal is always the same: to help you look stylish and feel confident. Our lives are so busy with personal, professional, and familial commitments, it's hard to keep up. I'll help you rediscover what you already have in your closet, edit out what isn't working, and tell you how to freshen your wardrobe and fit your extraordinary body. Let's update and uplift your self-image—and celebrate that!"
Eclectic. I turned 60 recently so I am aware that certain trends I followed even when I was in my 50s have to be edited slightly. But this does not mean that I have to take the "fun" out of it. I still mix patterns, and I think at any age a great statement necklace and red lipstick is in order.
I have a mix of traditional and off-the-beaten-path places to shop. For classics, I still go to Ann Taylor and Lord & Taylor (love that place). J Crew stays on trend and can be appropriate for a wide range of ages and tastes. Their sister store, Madewell, has some terrific stuff (a bit more youthful). For a budget that's a little larger, I love Rebecca Taylor. And, if you wander down Mott or Mulberry Streets in NoLita, those boutiques can offer a great, one-of-a-kind find. For formal wear, I've had a lot of luck at Nicole Miller. No one does rouching better.
Favorite Styling Moment
A couple of years ago, I partnered with Ann Taylor and The Susan B. Koman Foundation for a "Salute to Survivors." Fifteen women surviving cancer (and at different stages of recovery) were chosen. In a 2 week period I got to meet and wardrobe, head to toe, these amazing warriors. Ann Taylor then sponsored a Fashion Show/Benefit for the cause. The women got to strut their stuff - families cheering and crying all the while - and we raised more than $10,000 for research. All the ladies got to keep their outfits and, as you can imagine, they were quite a sight to behold. These gals remain my heroes.