Stacy London Biography
Stacy London is an American stylist, fashion consultant, author, and magazine editor. London is known primarily for her time as co-host on What Not to Wear, a reality television program that featured wardrobe and appearance makeovers.
Stacy London Age
London was born on May 25, 1969, in New York City, USA.
Stacy London Height
London stands at the height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
Stacy London Education
After completing her high school education, she enrolled at Vassar College. She later graduated with a double major in 20th-century philosophy and German literature and participated in Phi Beta Kappa. Later, in the summer, during an internship in Paris in Christian Dior’s P.R. department, she became passionate and interested in pursuing a profession in the fashion industry.
Stacy London Nationality
London is of American nationality. She belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity.
Stacy London Parents
Stacy is the daughter of Sicilian descent mother and a decent Jewish father. Her mother, Joy Weinman and her father, is known as Herbert London. Joy, her mother, worked as a venture capitalist, and London served as the president emeritus of the Hudson Institute. Her parents divorced, and she remarried her stepmother, Vicki Pops, a romance novelist.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, she confirmed that her relationship with her father could be more eye to eye on that political relationship. But her father played a significant role in her sense of decency and showed her what is right and wrong in me, which plays into her fashion sensibility.
Stacy London’s Siblings
London has two siblings, the name Jacyln London and Nancy London.
Stacy London Partner
She announced that she was in her first serious relationship with a woman, On December 31, 2019. Since then, she has been in a romantic relationship with musician Cat Yezbak. However, she previously used to date men. London currently resides in the Carroll Gardens neighbourhood of New York City’s Brooklyn borough.
Stacy London’s Children
London does not have any kids.
Stacy London Fashion
London started her profession at Vogue magazine as a fashion assistant and later transitioned as the senior fashion editor at Mademoiselle. She has styled fashion photos for other publications, including Italian D, Nylon, and Contents. And also styled for influencers such as Kate Winslet and Liv Tyler and on fashion shows for designers, for instance, Rebecca Taylor, Ghost, and Vivienne Tam. She has worked on numerous advertising campaigns; such as her client roster includes Hanes, Wonderbra, Target, Bali, Procter & Gamble, CoverGirl, Levi Strauss & Co., Maytag, Longines, Suave, Calvin Klein and Swatch
in 2003, London started co-hosting TLC’s What Not to Wear in its inaugural season. In 2005, she co-hosted alongside Clinton Kelly and wrote a book titled Dress Your Best. As a fashionista, she is recognized for her love of high-heeled shoes and her collection, owning over 300 pairs. In 2008, London also served as the host of her talk show “Shut Up! It’s Stacy London”, which covered the pilot episode for Fashionably Late with Stacy London. London has aired fashion reporting for The Early Show, Weekend Today, Good Day Live, and Access Hollywood. She also frequently appears as a contributor on NBC’s Today Show.
Stacy London The View
From 2009 to 2010, London was a spokesperson for Woolite, Pantene, Dr Scholl’s, and Riders by Lee 2009 to 2010. London and business partner Cindy McLaughlin co-founded an online service that matches people with personal stylists that live in their area by the name Style for Hire. A style for Hire was launched as a pilot on September 13, 2010, in Washington, D.C. London is also the creative director and the editor-in-chief for Westfield STYLE magazine. Westfield’s Style Lounges provide free on-demand fashion consultations and are staffed by professional stylists from Style for Hire. Three Style Lounges are located at Westfield Garden State Plaza in New Jersey, Westfield Montgomery in Maryland, and Westfield Trumbull in Connecticut.
London was the executive producer of Big Brooklyn Style. BBS is a reality show in New York about customer experiences at Lee Lee’s Valise boutique. The show premiered on May 29, 2012, on TLC. In February 2013, she landed a position as an editor-at-large of Shape magazine. In her role, she would author a fashion column for the magazine every month. TLC announced that What Not to Wear would air its final season starting in July In March 2013.
Later in January 2015, TLC announced that London would air a Love, Lust, or Run, a program similar to her previous one by the name What Not to Wear. From 2015 to 2016, she was an active contributor to Season 19 of The View.
Stacy London Hair
London is well known for her naturally-occurring grey streak in the front of her hair, known in the medical field as poliosis. She became a spokesperson due to her experience while growing up for the National Psoriasis Foundation in 2007 and AbbVie’s “Uncover Your Confidence” campaign in 2013. Her Pantene contract includes a “gray clause” that allows her to keep it.
Stacy London Surgery
London underwent spinal fusion surgery In December 2016. The surgery corrected a chronic back problem, which later had her in a six-month rehabilitation.
Stacy London Menopause
After a successful profession in a fashion that took her from Vogue to the television program What Not to Wear, later on, Stacy London founded a company that assists women in thriving in menopause. Her inspiration for launching the company was based on her view on HRT and the best way to dress in midlife.
Stacy London’s Networth
London has a net worth of approximately USD 8 million.
Stacy London’s Social Media
Pinterest: Stacy london at pinterest.com