“Looking homeless is for the campaign trail.”
Denise Porcaro, owner of Flower Girl in the Lower East Side, talks personal and professional style.
The energy expert discusses how to achieve clothing zen and how she’s modernizing an ancient art.
The film producer and entrepreneur’s closet is filled with luxe staples from London and the Continent.
The cofounder of Hand Baldachin & Amburgey updates conventional sartorial choices.
The second grade teacher errs on the formal side when dressing for work, provided she can run after students and sit on the floor in style.
The Bronx-born DJs like to mix vintage and designer pieces for work and play.
The Santa Monica, Calif.-based architect takes cues from his retail clients, including Carolina Herrera, Reformation and The Row.
The “AM Joy” host enlisted a stylist to help infuse her mostly black wardrobe with pops of color and pattern.
He describes his personal style as traditional with a twist.
The vice president of talent relations and special events for the production company behind “Feud” and “Homeland” melds casual and creative.