Occupation:ditor-in-Chief, Accessories Expert/Stylist & Blogger
Story behind her blog, Kitten Lounge: " I cover fashion, style, beauty, food, music and travel and love sharing my passion for accessories to amp up an outfit."
Personal style: "Audrey Hepburn mixed with boho chic and fab accessories."
Fashion influences: "I always have a 'what would Audrey do' mixed with the amazing accessories a woman like Elizabeth Taylor would wear. I love to wear an accessory casually to run around in that most people would deem solely for dressing up."
Who, in today's world, she predicts will gain fashion-icon status: "I think Rihanna hits it out of the park everytime. Her look is edgy, on trend and also includes elements from previous trends. But at the end of the day, it's pretty wearable."
Daily online reads: Fashion is Spinach, WWD and Fashionologie
Dream meet: "I met Siman Tu recently and fell in love. I am always inspired when I meet designers who have done their craft for years and that they are handmade. I love hearing their passion and how the pieces transform their clients."
Top online shop: Shopbop
Fave real-world shops: "I mix everything up but I love Pookie & Sebastian, Scoop, Callalila, Anthropologie and Chanel."
Chanel item she longs to own: The classic jacket. "If I had that in my closet, I'd be set."
Wardrobe essentials: Ted Rossi Cuff. "He is a personal friend, and I am always inspired by his pieces; Jimmy Choo peep toes--you have to have that shoe that goes with everything and instantly makes you look phenom; a pair of Hudson Skinny jeans--I'm a casual glam girl so I'm known for rocking the heck out of a pair of jeans with a simple t-shirt and bringing it to the next level with my accessories."
Beauty must-haves: Palmer's Cocoa Butter, Dove Wash and MAC foundation
Signature scent: Natori
How she's reducing her carbon footprint: "Slowly but surely I'm using green beauty products, like Lush cosmetics; I just fell in love with Ginger + Liz nail polish, which is vegan. I use Seventh Generation cleaning products in my home. I'm as paperless as possible and encourage clients I work with to email me or place everything on a jump drive.