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Style Editor, TODAY Show
"You can be sexy and smart." Bobbie Thomas is a new breed of talent with her own style, flair and modern-age philosophy. She has been called a walking 411 for a new generation, and wants to help others work on what they can’t see by focusing on what they can. She aims to make the outside match the inside, and considers herself “a professional girlfriend.”
Currently, millions of people wake up to catch Bobbie on NBC’s “Today Show,” where she serves as Style Editor offering relatable and reliable help. Beyond the TV screen Bobbie connects with viewers online at TodayShow.com with her Style Buzz homepage, and on her own website Bobbie.com where she hosts a variety of fresh content, ideas, tips, tricks, and unique finds. Bobbie has also collected a loyal following over the past decade for her national columns. “The Buzz,” featured in In Touch weekly magazine highlighted Hollywood’s hottest fashion and beauty must-haves for more than 7 years, and prior to that, “Bobbeez Buzz” featured in J-14 magazine, was a go-to for young girls answering questions about boys, body, beauty, and more.
Based on the belief that all the really fun jobs come with equally amazing costumes and that one should not have to be a tap dancer to wear a marvelous outfit every day, New York-based designer Rachel Antonoff started her line of dreamy, dress-up inspired dresses and separates.
Beginning her career as a freelance writer, Antonoff contributed to publications such as NYLON, Blackbook, Teen Vogue and Lula before starting her line. Since it's first season, the line had wall displays at Barneys New York and has since has been picked up by boutiques in the US and Canada including Intermix and department stores in Japan. This past year, Antonoff completed a small collaboration with Target.
Fashion Director of Lucky magazine
Lucky Fashion Director, Anne Keane, has been with the magazine since Day One, and over the past 10 years, she's covered every corner of the market. In keeping with Lucky’s ethos, Anne is decidedly democratic: She gets as much of a thrill shooting H&M as she does Prada, and loves mixing inexpensive costume jewelry with her favorite Hermès bangles– "It’s all in how you style it".
Co-Founder of Fashism
Ashley works on all kinds of partnerships and contests for the Fashism community. She went to FIT and Chelsea College of Art in London, earning a degree in Textile Design. She loves vintage and wears lots of LBD's.
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