NYC and LA
Makeover Guru, Style Expert, On-Air Correspondent, Mother of 3
In front of E! News Studio in LA

Wearing: Roberta Freymann bag, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, Banana Republic Collection dressVerdura bracelet

Style icon: "It changes hourly. This week it's Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele. She can pile on the jewels and bags and have it look divine and timeless."

Signature scents: Calypso Mimosa and Bobbi Brown Beach. "I have been chased down the street wearing these fragrances."

Fave designers: "Too many to list, but I wear a lot of Roberta Freyman, Proenza Schouler, Michael Kors, Jenna Lyons for J. Crew, Calypso, Moschino coats, Citizen and Goldsign jeans, Norma Kamali bathing suits and Gucci evening dresses."

What she's been wearing all Summer: "White Citizen jeans with brightly colored tops; a flowery dress from Roberta Freymann Collection store; and I am also loving my red jeans from Paige mixed with a navy and white striped shirt and gold espadrilles." 

Top shops: "In L.A. I love MadisonElyse WalkerJill Roberts and Fashion Therapy for vintage, Calypso and Club Monaco. I also love the The Brentwood Country Mart; in NYC I love Lord & Taylor--they have great TV dresses and a very cool shoe department--Roberta Freyman and the J. Crew Collection store is a fave, too."

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What she'll be adding to her wardrobe for Fall: "For some reason, I can't stop thinking about bright green pants. I want them and skinny leather leggings with flowing tops from Vince."

Hair masters: Kathy Galotti and Anna @ Rossano Ferretti

Book by her bedside now: Arthur Bornstein's Memory. "I just took his class in LA, and he has changed my life. He gave me my memory back--I love him."

Dream job: "To make over people's homes and lives in five hours and to be the next Larry King."

What she loves most about living in LA: "OMG. I love everything about LA. The weather makes me feel like I am on a permanent vacation; the citrus trees--I have a lemon, orange and grapefruit tree; eating outside every night all year round--it feels like the best possible day in East Hampton at all times."

What she misses most about NYC: "MY friends, family and taxis. I miss being able to call someone for an impromptu dinner out at a fabulous restaurant; I miss the whole Glamour magazine crew and the intensity of the street, the way people dress up, and being able to accomplish 100 tasks in one city block."

Charity efforts: Norris Cotton Cancer Center. "My father died of pancreatic cancer 2 years ago so this is close to my heart; Camp Harmony--it is a fantastic program for homeless kids to be normal kids for one week--the people who run the program have so much heart and determination it is contagious."

How she's reducing her carbon footprint: "For me it is saying yes to paper and no to plastic at every store I can, using my reusable cup at Starbucks and cutting down from an embarrassing amount of garbage to almost all recyclable."