Jenny Cooper, the New York-based Head of Design for J. Crew's covetable children's line, is part of the creative dream team that has catapulted J. Crew from rollneck sweater and barn jacket catalogue fixture into one of the most influential fashion houses in America.
Journalism student Leandra Medine and a close friend, WWD editor Rachel Strugatz, were combing through the racks at Topshop and joking that the fashions were so good they were man repelling. Thus The Man Repeller was born.
Jeremiah Brent serves as Rachel Zoe's go-to design expert. He spoke with us about interior design, typical day at the Rachel Zoe offices, and his favorite holiday decorating traditions. It was, as Zoe would say, "bananas."
Kristen Lee has more than proven her passion for accessories and her knack for style. The namesake shoe line she launched in 2003 was a hit with the fashion set for being at once forward-thinking and totally wearable.
When it comes to celebrity style, Rachel Bilson (aside from being interminably cute) is one of our favorites. Now after a few stints on the silver screen, the former "The O.C." star is back this fall on a TV series.
A few times year during Fashion Week season, Susie Bubble scours the globe, exposing new fashion design talent and giving her fresh, enthusiastic and unfiltered take on the big name designers you already know and love.
By day, Beatriz Cardenas is the director of global communications for Bumble and Bumble. But after she got engaged two years ago, Cardenas took on a second full time gig: planning her June wedding with characteristic attention to detail.
Fanny Bostrom achieved internet fame when she adorably donned dungarees and a floral wreath on her wedding day -- and managed to look way more stylish than your run-of-the-mill girl in strapless Vera Wang.