behind-the-scenes

Instastyle in Boston – Part II

 1 –  More bags than I can count for Boston Magazine‘s holiday fashion shoot 2 – The reality of being a stylist: packing, schlepping, unpacking, repeat 3 – My amazing assistant, Nicole Landry, in our styling “boutique” within the studio, working hard to get the credits for each look 4 – This gorgeous Raoul dress from Neiman Marcus and Daniel Espinosa collar necklace sadly didn’t make it in, but I’m obsessed with how chic this look is. Wait ’til you see the rest of it! Well,
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Instastyle in Boston

1 – Behind the scenes for a video shoot for a popular weight-loss drug with Dianna Quagenti. This exercise look ended up getting nixed at the last minute, but the star felt so great in it that she kept it! 2 – Lots of red ribbon options for shooting still life for the holidays (already!!!). 3 – Quite possibly my favorite Louboutins ever from Neiman Marcus in Copley Place, which sadly wasn’t in stock in our model’s size. 4
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The Glamorous Bag Lady

While I don’t have some style candy for you today, I want to show you the real behind the scenes of being a stylist that you rarely get to see—the shlepping. This is just a few of the dozen giant bags I have loaded up and ready to go for a shoot upstate today. Glamorous, right? And you thought it was all of the yoga that made me so diesel…it’s really from a workout I like to call
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Instastyle – Behind The Scenes

This was quite a week for me and E.Kammeyer Accessories. Not only did we partner in a GIVEAWAY which, the winner will be announced here, but I had the chance to style the fall lookbook of the gorgeous handmade accessories. From bridal, to cool hair accessories to even now jewelry, the designer, Emily Kammeyer, created some funky, yet timeless designs that were so fun to style. While we kept her bridal pieces simple, yet with a 20’s-Great Gatsby feel,
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