noun, an artist (as a musician or writer) whose style and practice are distinctive –Merriam Webster Dictionary
Lauren A. Rothman is a fashion, style, and trend expert. Lauren has her finger on the pulse of fashion—from helping organizations across the country leverage their unique style DNA to discussing executive presence and First Family fashion on Entertainment Tonight, CNN, E! News, AP News, Reuters, and ABC News. A highly sought after stylist, her tips on wardrobe management and creating a versatile, fashion-forward closet have been featured in Glamour, Real Simple, Vanity Fair, People StyleWatch, Fortune, The Washington Post, The New York Post, and Politico. Lauren writes a column, Fashion Whip, for The Huffington Post focused on style and politics, and maintains an image therapy practice working to increase the style quotient of her individual and corporate clients. Lauren’s book, Style Bible: What to Wear to Work, is the definitive guide for the modern professional on how to dress to impress and is a leadership tool that continues to emphasize the importance of image in the workplace.