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A Celebrity Stylist’s Guide To L.A. & New York

Taking on a big city that you’ve never been to can be intimidating. That’s one reason we have the City pages here on Street Fashion, a sort of buffer between you and the stress of trying to find the best places to go – especially when you’re only in town for a couple days. You want the best of everything while you’re away so your vacation memories are great. Between our city guides and Gogobot guides, all your vacations (or home rediscoveries) should be more fulling and successful than any blind holiday in the past.

If you happen to be visiting either of the 2 biggest cities in the U.S., check out these handy Stylist designed guides to make the most of your time, in a stylish way – and as always, take a look at the Los Angeles and New York city guides here for some indie street fashion shopping!

Los Angeles

Melis Kuris

Melis Kuris is a celebrity wardrobe stylist who’s worked with Anna Paquin, Peter Facinelli, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Muse and Lily Collins to name a few. She has styled hundreds of shoots for magazines ranging from Vanity Fair to GQ. She’s also a featured stylist on ShoeDazzle.com. You can see her in action here: www.meliskuris.com


Sarah Pollack

Sarah Pollack’s Fashion Guide to LA

Sarah Pollack Boyd is an expert in the world of celebrity styling and fashion PR, having worked hand in hand with the world’s top stylists, editors and fashion bloggers for over 8 years. She has helped dress countless A-list celebrities and has been featured as a style expert in various media outlets such as Fox, E!, Entrepreneur Magazine, KTLA and more. This stylist’s guide is a roadmap of what’s in-style right now– my favorite places!

New York City

Rebecca Resnick

Rebecca Resnick’s Style Guide to NYC

Rebecca Resnick, a well respected fashion and accessories editor for ten years at some of the world’s top fashion magazines, embarked on a new career path in 2006. Since then, she has developed a reputation as one of the top celebrity stylists and fashion consultants to high profile personalities, television actors, movie stars, and fashion 500 companies. Rebecca’s guide details the places from which she draws inspiration in New York.


The Stylist’s Guide to NYC

New York, possibly the world’s most vibrant and energizing city, abounds with a wide range of shops, spots, and restaurants—an abundance of riches, but where to start? This fully illustrated guide presents top interior stylist Sibella Court’s personal favorites.
Cleverly arranged into loops of interest such as “Jewelry & Hardware,” “Haberdashery & Handmade,” and “Furniture & Interiors,” The Stylist’s Guide to NYC takes the first-time visitor—or long-time resident—on a number of surprising and beguiling journeys, uncovering traditional merchants and hidden sanctuaries as well as some of the coolest spots in town.

Shop L.A. | Shop NYC