My story starts in New York, one of the great fashion capitals of the world. I honed my expertise over a decade of work in fashion, merchandising, buying, and more at Bloomingdale’s, as well as collaboration with a major designer.
These experiences helped me grow in my love of fashion, and appreciation for the role fashion can play in enriching people’s lives. I knew I wanted to bring this passion and power to individual women, to help them dress with confidence. And so I launched my own company, FashionJeanne.com.
The story that started in New York continues now in homes and closets and dressing rooms.
For me, these are places of transformation from which my clients emerge with the self-understanding, knowledge, and encouragement to dress themselves with confidence and joy.
My passion for helping people look and feel their best while staying true to their own sense of style has also led me to exciting experiences. As the official fashion stylist for TEDxLincolnSquare, and Speakers Who Dare, both in NYC, I’m thrilled to work with speakers in creating a customized, camera-ready look to carry them with confidence onto the stage and beyond. I have been featured by CareerSpots in a video tutorial teaching young people how to dress for the workforce, and as a resident fashion expert in CBS Philly’s Ask A Philadelphia Expert.
Jeanne was able to quickly understand my needs, find exactly what worked, and get me screen ready with new clothes, shoes, and accessory’s for TEDx Nashville and TEDxLincolnSquare, CBS This Morning, and The Opry in less than two hours. She was able to quickly update my style in a way that made me excited about wearing clothes again. Head to toe, she took care of me in every single way. It feels so good to look your best. Jeanne is a master of the art of making other people look their best. I am so happy I found her, and I am grateful to be working with her!
- Mary Gauthier | www.marygauthiuer.com
Style is as unique as the individual wearing the clothes. My goal is not to make you look like me, but to help you look like you. That involves getting to know you—how you want to look and feel in your clothes, what your concerns and hopes are, how you want to show up in the world—and helping you get to know yourself—what cuts and colors will best complement your body type, complexion, and taste.
Once we uncover what you really want, and talk about what works for your body, we can pull it all together in a way that celebrates and elevates your personal style.